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Eric Schoen

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  1. Those screenshots almost look like a real photo!
  2. There are hundreds of airports in Washington State that are not covered by ORBX payware airports, so your argument makes no sense again. I think your only option is ZL16 for people that want to save disk space and ZL17 for people that want quality! If server bandwidth costs are issue then charge a little more for the ZL17.
  3. I see a big difference in resolution/detail in the buildings especially location C - ZL17 vs ZL16. The ground clutter and buildings look like mush. If there is no autogen to cover up the various ground clutter in the rural areas then it's going to ruin the immersion. Plus it does not look as natural.
  4. A 4TB drive in the USA is $80. How long is it going to take ORBX to release 4TB of TE products? 4-5 years? The 8TB will be $80 by then. And most people are probably only interested in specific regions of the world. Most people fly from airport to airport, that usually includes everything in-between cities, mountains, lakes, farms, rural towns, etc.. So your "spending 95% of your time in a city" makes no sense. People were complaining in the other forums how soft the TE products looked at low altitudes. I think the current TE ZL17 looks good above 5000 AGL. So lowering the resolution even further would probably be a show stopper for me.
  5. cam3 has trees on the runway. Also seeing autogen building in lakes and floating on mountains. Follow my route in the pic: https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/j445/strid1/0/3bd2b752-3b41-4b1c-94b2-bf8e9490eee1-original.jpg?width=1920&height=1080&fit=bounds
  6. Laminar since you will have access to the Betas a lot quicker!
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