Quite! The A-line is major-league, especially given its ridership. Impressive that they were able to build out the system in such a short span of time (~20 years), and its still not totally complete yet. Large-scale projects like Denver will always have their naysayers, but Denver is doing it right - laying the best groundwork for future growth and development. It's a hell of a lot cheaper to build it now when the density is low than it is to wait until its sorely needed and then build it. Total agreement with you re: A-line as a route for TSW. Perfect length, profile, speed - certainly fits the criteria. I'd pile on for that development effort. Also, the remodeling you're speaking of once the editor comes out - I'd love to be a part of that as well. There's a ton of potential in the baseline routes that they've created - LIRR especially - and an extra bit of detail in the spaces you've mentioned, not to mention potential expansions (Port Washington, Oyster Bay, etc.) would really add value to the game world and to the experience overall. Even something as minor as touching up the platform level at Penn Station would add tremendous value in the near term.