So, it's fair to say that the announcement of TSW 3 has brought both excitement and a large amount of frustration, simultaneously! But, the issue I'm most disheartened with regards what was mentioned in the preservation crew update from the TSW 3 part 1 roadmap that TSW 2 routes and locos that have been released will NOT be redone with TSW 3 features. While I can understand this is totally unrealistic for every route that we have, why on earth are the relatively recent Rush Hour routes from TSW 2 left out of this - all the while Spirit of Steam will be getting such features... I ask DTG to consider at least bringing TSW 3 features to London Commuter, Riesa-Dresden and Boston Sprinter. Why you ask? While Rush Hour had its flaws, these trio of routes set a major milestone for TSW overall with the likes of epic timetables never seen before (or since), and more, namely London Commuter - I'm sure many would agree with me that I'd never in a million years thought of there being a route with 1000+ services. Additionally, the Rush Hour routes have a plethora of DLC opportunity, so if any loco DLC was released, these could be used featuring the brand-new TSW 3 features. After all, updating older routes brings new life and potentially more refreshing gameplay as seen previously on certain routes (WSR for example). Add the fact that ironically Rush Hour is only just reaching a year old, yet TSW 3 features are not going to be implemented!? For context, since London Commuter has been released, I've only just managed to reach 400 completed services, so my future time in TSW will still firmly be staying in Rush Hour routes for the foreseeable. So what happens with the Rush Hour routes in general, would we have to potentially wait for any possible route expansions (like SEHS) to get the new TSW 3 features eventually or what...? Would love to know everyone's thoughts on this, and do you think at least the three Rush Hour routes should receive the TSW 3 features like what SOS is getting? Apologies for having another TSW 3 thread, but I thought this was important to discuss.