The easiest way is to look at the CAB files in Explorer as this will show the contents. If you like a specific gauge in any FS2004 aircraft just copy the CAB file over to FSX and add the gauge to the cfg file. Syntax is Gauge Number, CAB file, XML file - the latter two without the extension. Example is if you like the default C182's VOR dial. The appropriate line would be something like: gauge06=Cessna!VOR1,455,87 This will look in the Cessna.cab file for an XML file called VOR1.xml. The advantage here is that you can use any FS2004 CAB files and build up your own 2D or mini panel with your own choice of gauges. bones -----Original Message----- From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of FrankTurley@xxxxxxx Sent: 12 August 2006 16:07 To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [jhb_airlines] Re: FSX Demo In a message dated 12/08/2006 15:16:19 GMT Daylight Time, bones@xxxxxxx writes: Nice to see that mini panels are now aircraft specific rather than generic. I presume the default minipanels in the GAU folder will cut in if no minipanel section is created in the aircraft's panel.cfg file. Bones, Same situation as FS2004. There are a set of default mini panels, but if you edit the panel.cfg file in any aircraft to include a mini panel then FS will use that rather than the default. I have a number of these done for the aircraft I fly most often, but at the moment, I use a number of .GAU files - I rumaged around for digital gauges which use less screen space - which you tell me will be as chocolate teapots in FSX. I guess another rumage session in .CAB files is coming, unless I can get to grips with your XML tutorial. Frank T.