Wow! A milestone in flightsim scenery depiction! Next step could only be fotoreal wallpaper scenery - but I prefer the way OrbX does. Since I purchased and installed LC EU I've spent re-flying an already known route from Austria across Germany, Baltic Sea, Finnland to North Cape, now following the Norwegian coast southward. I've done that route already with FTX Global and Global vector alone and was - to be honest - a bit disappointed. Though already times better than the default P3D scenery it did not convince. When my wife came by seeing my simflying, she always asked: "Where are you flying?" Now, with openLC EU it's "Oh, you are there'n'there!". So - NOW the landcape is REALLY recognizable! Only 3 items which diminish my enthusiams a little: 1: At higher latitudes than 66Â° (in the arctic) there are often non-fitting quare tile texture patterns criss-cross-placed into the scandinavic woods, showing completly non-fitting content: i.e. a square section of hughly enlarged motorway, or town-texture (without autogen) misplaced, even lake/sea patterns placed on sloping mountain sides. They where not there without openLC... - Screenshots with coordinates can be provided (as soon as I find out how to post screenshots). 2. (For my taste) roads lack banquets, rail tracks lack embankments, which looks akward especially in train station areas, where house textures or grass textures peek through between the tracks, Rivers lack riversides (they look as if there was a permanent flooding - water adjoins greenland without any transitions). 3. Smaller roads only show one-way traffic, though they do have two-way-traffic in reality. ...but the latter 2 points are "peanuts". At the moment I'm indulging a new quality of simflying as never seen before! Michael, Austria.