I agree with Digital Draftsman. By the time images and media is posted of upcoming DLC, any bugs, issues or faults with the rolling stock or route that is present in the image, it is certainly almost always too late to alter or fix things as they are too far in development and getting ready for release. The issue with the Class 101 windows, for example. I think DTG should have a look at what other companies do. They release images of content that is WIP throughout various states of its development. Doing this, I have seen the community provide valuable comments and constructive criticism so the developers can alter things and get it near perfect for release. Take Just Trains and Armstrong Powerhouse as an example of doing this. Not only does this allow changes to be achieved, but it also shows the community that the company is actively working on things and gets us motivated and excited for the next release. What DTG is doing is leaving announcements to the last second which it is then too late to do anything. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the community have any say in WIP DTG content. It’s only until after it’s been released where we can then discover the bugs and faults, where then it is too late to do anything immediate about it. We then have to wait several months for DTG to do anything about it as they are most likely already working on their next DLC.