A different view - I am a daily (or at least was pre-COVID) rider & monthly ticket holder of the LIRR and the IRT 2,3 / Shuttle. I absolutely love the TSW LIRR route, and cannot wait for it to be added to TSW2 via the Preserved Collection. I play the TSW LIRR on a regular basis and alternate between the M7 and M3. My 14 month old son recognizes the sound of M7 in-game, which he connects to our station when we go rail-fanning. It's awesome. I feel DTG did an absolutely fantastic job with LIRR - nailing each city terminal (even Hunterspoint!), including the Hempstead branch, and taking the route all the way to Hicksville. My only criticisms are - like several others - a) the lack of traffic, b) thequality of the East River tunnels (they're inconsistent at points in terms of sound), and c) the bare-bones, generalized design of Penn Station. I realize that the decision to make Penn as it is boils down to allocating resources - in that vein, I am happy that resources were allocated elsewhere and the route is large as i is. That aside, the route is splendid, and it's pretty fantastic that DTG endeavored to create it, in addition to the other Tri-State commuter operations. I was somewhat skeptical walking into the Bakerloo Line, as I didn't know how well a rapid transit / subway route would work in TSW, and given the tunnel issues I have with LIRR. In addition, I sincerely enjoyed (and still enjoy) the Aerosoft World of Subways (WoS) Circle Line, and used that as my baseline for evaluating the Bakerloo Line. After playing the Bakerloo Line in and out, and given my experience with LIRR and MNR /NJT, I am 100% confident that DTG would blow a NYCT route out of the water. On Bakerloo, DTG has done an excellent job with the gameplay, the '72 stock, tunnel dynamics, sound, and atmosphere. In addition, they have far exceeded the WoS games - the engine is more reliable, the UI is polished and intuitive, the physics are far more realistic, and the overall experience is better. I sincerely hope DTG has plans for a NYCT route - after seeing what they've done with the Bakerloo Line, I have no doubt they would exceed every expectation modeling my beloved subway.