I thought I would express some thoughts about a way of bringing the NEC back to TSW, given it's been noted by DTG in the streams that Amtrack's now strange absence from TSW has been noted. Matt's reasoning for why NEC didn't become preserved in the live stream made a good deal of sense (and also explained why Sand Patch Grade was effectively a remake rather than becoming preserved). Personally I didn't buy NEC for TSW2020 due to the short route length and the poor reviews. While I seem to have been retroactively vindicated I can understand why people may be annoyed that this one route didn't make it through. My idea is therefore to remaster the section of track between New Rochelle and Newark Itl., along with the locos, as done with SPG as part of an extended route down to Philadelphia 30th Street Station which includes the Acela loco. In total this represents 29.2 miles of remastered track, and 77.9 miles of new track. Given this is a bumper pack I think that would justify a higher price (say £30 rather than the usual £25); a discount for TSW2020 NEC owner to reduce the cost to the usual pricing could then be offered (which with one new loco and 78 miles of track would be IMO quite justified). The SW1000 and Metroliner (along with the Keystone services) could then be remastered and then unlocked for those who already had it, and there will be new purchases from people like myself. This route would open up a whole bunch of potential add-on DLC options, including the NJ Transit's Northeast Corridor and New Jersey Coast routes, SEPTA's Trenton Line, and various long distance services (including sleepers, which would be an interesting addition) that operate along the route.