One thing I've noticed that Train Simulator is seriously lacking is battery-electric stock, the only one I can find being the English Electric Type 3B locomotive from the 'Return to Maerdy' addon. (There's also Corris No.9 for the Corris Railway, but this thread is concerned with standard gauge stock.) Vivarail's new Class 230 DMU/Battery EMU is something of an answer to alleviating stock shortages and replacing aging DMUs, including Pacers, especially on rural services. The Class 230 itself is a converted London Underground D78 stock train, previously used on the District Line until the introduction of modern S-Stock trains. A few orders have been placed for both the diesel and battery-electric versions of the train, including an order for five units for the Borderlands line operated by Transport for Wales (running between Wrexham, Wales and Bidston, England), plus an undisclosed number on their Conwy Valley line, and Chester to Crewe line (part of the North Wales Coast line, already available as a DLC). West Midlands Trains have also announced an intention to run three Class 230 trainsets on the Marston Vale line. Seeing as we already have one of the routes that these trains are going to operate on (North Wales Coastal), I think that selling the Class 230 as a stock and scenario expansion for that could be quite a good idea. I also think it creates an excellent opportunity to sell an extension for North Wales Coastal, giving us this train (and possibly an Arriva Trains Wales Class 153) and the lovely Conwy Valley Line running from Llandudno via Llandudno Junction to Blaenau Ffestiniog. Thoughts?