I'm glad we have this roadmap. Gives us an idea of what to expect from the game in the foreseeable future. I must confess however that I don't care for about 75% of what's actually on there. I have a very limited interest in trains outside the UK, and even less interest outside of Europe, so I guess it's mostly personal. Hopefully those routes will satisfy folks who are interested in them though. Having said that, I'm surprised at how much I've enjoyed driving on the Koln- Aachen route on TSW2. I love driving at high speeds on the line, so the prospect of a TGV route actually has me quite excited. Hopefully it'll be faster than Koln- Aachen, 155mph is great, but it's disappointing that you have to hold back the racehorses you drive on it. How fast is the Marseille- Avignon route? The only thing on the roadmap that I'd go so far as to say disappoints me is how long it'll likely take for the Great Western Express route to make it to the preserved collection. Having traversed it countless times in real life, it's by far the route I'm most attached to. My playtime on it probably exceeds that of all other routes put together. I just hope they remember to include AWS and DSD functionality on the trains. I don't know if it's a bug or if they simply forgot, but the Class 377s on the preserved East Coastway route don't have the option to play with them enabled like in the previous game. For me, playing without those two features isn't as immersive and therefore isn't as fun, so if they forget to include them for the HSTs and 166s then I won't be leaving TSW2020 behind any time soon, despite how much DTG may want me to.