Some updates and/or fixes have been completed for months, sitting around ready, waiting to be released, yet DTG refuses to release them until they actively work on a route which fits the same ‘category’ of which the finished updates match. Such as country, for example. What does this actually achieve, apart from creating a backlog of updates which are ready to be released? If I remember correctly, the current backlog was around 6-12 months before they get back to ‘normal speed’. Furthermore, whilst these updates have been sitting around doing nothing, they could’ve further improved and/or added more features to this specific update. A good example is the ECW PIS feature. This has been ready for around 4-5 months now. Though it won’t have the latest features, such as being to display station calling points off the TSW physical map. Why? Because at the time of work, the PIS wasn’t that advanced. In all that time it has been sitting around doing nothing, newer and better features could’ve been added to it. Failing that we could’ve just had it by now, months ago. Why not just release updates, providing they are an acceptable size, when they are ready? Or bundle it with a different counties update. What is the fascination with only releasing updates if it matches x, y and z category?