I'm thinking of having a new machine, just for FS, when the FSX version
It will need to access ADSL, for downloads and multiplay. I guess the existing machine will also need access, for email and non FS downloads.
I can see myself turning to the list, for networking advice. But not just yet
Peter Dodds wrote:
The official launch date is "holiday season 2006" which most people take to mean pre-Christmas. In FSNet the non-handling pilot can change things via the keyboard (including changing power setting) but his yoke is disabled. In FSX it looks as if the second pilot may well be just an onlooker That will not be good enough, I agree. I'll have to read the blurb more carefully. I wonder if there is a forum for complaints! Having more tna one version is a good idea, but they don't go the whole hog. There should be a (cheaper) "Hobbyists version" which is a bare bones job with a comprehensive treatise on adding 3rd party material.
I am fortunate in that a PC upgrade for my work is coming up the priority list, and should coincide with Christmas. I have already decided I am going to have a specialist FS machine built, with a small partition for my work <grin>