I'm sure a number of you have heard of the Wuppertal Suspension Railway, a 117-year-old, 13.3km monorail system operating in the German city of Wuppertal, and following the course of the River Wupper for a significant portion of its length. The sheer beauty of some parts of the route in good weather, along with the fantastic novelty of a hanging-car monorail would provide something totally new for Train Simulator, which, while it's a game we all enjoy, has little else than conventional railways (the only exception being the Shanghai Maglev, which I'm led to believe isn't up to much). Also, as an amateur route builder, I know I'd love to be able to vary the urban rapid transit systems I have a habit of constructing. While Light Metro systems are all well and good, they get repetitive after the first dozen. Some technical details: Maximum track speed: 60km/h Number of Stations: 20 Current Rolling Stock: GTW 72: GTW 15: I think I can speak for the community when I say that this would be a whole new experience of the game for us, and would certainly make an entertaining change. As far as I can tell, the only previous attempt at something like this in TS (the Shanghai Maglev DLC) didn't fall flat on its face because of the concept, but because there was no entertainment value. From the steam reviews it would appear that allyou did was press a button to make the maglev go, and the rest was automated. With Wuppertal Monorail, you do really have to drive the trains, and there's an actual challenge involved, and skill. Also, DTG, I'm talking directly to you now. We all know you love DLCs and squeezing that extra bit of money out of us, so here's something for you: The Kaiserwagen; the car that Emperor Wilhelm II rode in himself, and is still used to this day on scheduled excursion runs and can be chartered for special events. If ths was done correctly and supplied with four or five scenarios for it, I could see myself paying £12 or so for it. Thoughts, anyone?