A Big step for DTG for their statement and willing for an update - Thanks The route itself looks not that bad at all, as I feared from all the comments on steam. Some areas look good, but some not (as Euston for example). My first drive in a QD was ok, a second stopped at a red signal (slow Euston to Wolverton). Performance was good, but I has played on a new PC which I buyed because for MSFS20 (all settings on high). There´s potential but potential for updates too - no way, especially for overhead wires under bridges, at tunnels. Some running into walls (also a train byside a wall), thats a nogo for payware. However it would be interesting how´s the processing from route building to publishing: - is a date for release set, before route´s finished?. I can understand if theres a sudden death date, at there a product has to be finished to not raise the further costs for personal and other stuff. But wouldn´t be better first finishing a product, check it, and then set an release-date? - how´s about testing. Are there testings? Or not, because of missing time? If there´s no time until release, than a publisher have to hear to their community, and fix/update things. That would be fair. - when there was a beta-testing - has the beta-tester figured out some problems? Are the problems solved/corrected or not? My feelings: Since the route extension for Cologne - Koblenz I have the feeling that in some points the route builders lost something. Signalling becomes for some routes more worst than earlier, in track building with superelevation there are little more failures than earlier. Has the team changed? I think the Train Simulator has much potential, also when there is a TSW existing. If the quality is right, than all can be happy. The people that play TS21, and DTG because you can make more money. But that´s the point. A little more quality and a better quality control. Most of the visual stuff is ok, I personally think that most of stations in your newer routes looks very good. But than you make it with other things worse for example the signalling (especially on german routes). Small word on pricing: if the qulaity is right, than I think a 30€ route with around 100mile is more than good. It could be 40€ too - but: the quality must be good!