I’ve been feeling nostalgic lately for my Younger Days of General Aviation Flying. (flying a lot in IL-2 Great Battles, and lots of the people I fly with are Real Life pilots, so I’ve been thinking a lot about it.) I dug out a few old pics. Then I remembered that I have X-Plane, and people make planes for it, so I found a PA-28-140! It’s an older model, 342 was a ’74, and this is modeled off a 1968 model. So it has the push/pull throttle and mixture, and the Trim Control is mounted up on the roof. But that’s okay, cause I flew a 68 or 69 140 as well! The plane is modeled very well, felt very real and accurate. Plus, the interior and the instrument panel are pretty much dead on to the ones I flew. The ‘world’ has Liberty and Excelsior airports in it. Excelsior didn’t look complete/accurate, but Liberty was done pretty well! And, landing on that skinny 20′ wide strip was about as hard as I remember it being IRL nearly 25 years ago. (The rest of the KC area didn’t have much, like…there was no downtown skyline, unless I just wasn’t close enough for it to render, not sure.) Game supports VR, and I tested that, it worked very well, and looks great, feels ‘right’ as far as scale and such goes.