Any aircraft and livery which pilots A, B & C each have on their systems will be seen correctly by A, B & C, but pilot D comes along who doesn't have that aircraft or livery installed, and he will see something else. What he sees depends on his individual FS setup and what aircraft he has installed. If he has the aircraft, but not the livery he will see the standard livery that came with that aircraft. If he doesn't have that aircraft, he is most likely to see an FS default Cessna 172. I'm talking GS aircraft only here. As a neat example of this philosophy, the 2-4-Cix aerobatic team have exactly the same livery, but individual tail numbers 1, 2, 3 etc. Each pilot has every variation installed within the aircraft config file for the Chipmunks which they fly, and when they gather, they all have their individual tail numbers which looks superb on a screenshot. See http://www.cixvfrclub.org.uk/images/070518/gb2.jpg However, sadly, anyone one watching who has Rick Pipers Chippie installed will only see them in RAF training colours. Anyone watching who does not have the Chippie installed will see a default Cessna 172 Peter > Our Sunday morning VFR club fly SF260s in a variety of textures, we > each have our own personal livery. The chap who did most of them > is in the midst of house moving at the moment, but he may be able > to help by answering any questions I have. Or does the SF260 have > to appear in an IVAO list before we can do anything? > > Frank T.