EDIT Update 1: OUTDATED! Scroll down for the latest questions and guide offers! Thanks! Good evening to everyone! Hope you're having a great time My buddy cActUsjUiCe (Go check him out, he's an amazing guy working hard on the NEC development!) introduced a concept I really liked and I wanted to offer it to you all. I also have a few other questions I'd like to pose to you. He did in a live-stream an extreme difficulty run from Newark Penn to New Rochelle - all safety systems active, bad weather, adverse signals. I really liked the idea of a difficult challenge so I hopped on the opportunity and did a similar run in Germany from Hamburg to Ahrensburg. All safety systems + Engine temperature monitoring included. Unfortunately I had to guess the engine temperature, but I did drive looking after the energy consumption. To our misfortune, Nvidia picked up my background music, so I had to kill the audio. I promise this oversight won't happen in the future. Anyways, here it is: https://drive.google.com/open?id=13CxQI0RCHyJwljSt6qS9xL6x7T5oOI6B If you feel like it, you can watch it. I really enjoyed the experience and am wondering whether myself and cActUsjUiCe should start/continue streaming extreme difficulty runs. I can only speak for myself, so please, vote in the poll whether you'd like to see some more extreme difficulty runs by me. Also vote if I should stream it or record it. Since the voting setup here only allows me to have one question I've made this: https://goo.gl/forms/hWTaWI2kDhs41eV02 Vote away! Also please tell me in your replies what you liked/disliked or want to suggest for my extreme difficulty German runs. There's another point to talk about - signalling guides. Seeing as WSR is coming Soon™, I thought about making a semaphore signalling guide. In this vote, please vote whether you'd like me to make one. Now let me speak of what you can tell me in your replies. First, what other guides/tutorials regarding general TSxx/TSW or regarding British and/or German routes would you like? If you agree to someones request, upvote it! Note that a guide is not an answer to a specific question, rather a very vast and general document on something, so I can't make a guide on a specific bug or something like that. Ask for a guide if you want to acquire a lot of knowledge on that topic. Refer to the PZB guide in my signature for examples. I'll happily reply to as many requests as possible. Also tell me if you'd want me and cActUsjUiCe to compile all our guides into one place for your convenience. I'll be constantly watching this thread, so any halfway popular guide-requests will be created. Any suggestions will hopefully be fulfilled. So to close off this long-ish post: Thank you, every one of you, for helping us on our guides and helping make train simulation better then ever! Thanks for your time, Cheers, ProfCreeptonius.