|Quoting DeC (Thread starter):|
Wilco Publishing A380 - Any Good?
|Quoting DeC (Reply 4):|
level-d B767, the rest is crap...
|Quoting LTU932 (Reply 6):|
The Level-D 767 is originally distributed by Flight1 Software (which has an excellent customer support, especially if you get a guy named Jeff to respond to your inquiries ). While I know Wilco also distributes the LDS 767, it's most likely with a licence from Flight1, so you can't count the 767 as a Wilco release, as it is actually a Flight1 release.
|Quoting DeC (Reply 8):|
FEELTHERE/WILCOPUB 737 is their's? Or isn't it? Ah, don't tell me it's feelthere's !
|Quoting Mir (Reply 7):|
Wilco originally distributed the 767 PIC for FS2000/2002, which was an amazing product. But they do not distribute the Level-D 767 (essentially the 767PIC upgraded for FS2004), which is distributed by Flight 1 (although it's made by Level-D). Confused yet?
|Quoting AirPacific747 (Reply 18):
well british just flight doesn't always make the best add-ons either.. some of them are good, some of them are rubbish
|Quoting DeC (Reply 23):|
Which ones would you recommend?
|Quoting AirPacific747 (Reply 24):|
I have a logitech freedom 2.4 cordless joystick. It actually lasts very long on 3 AA batteries, but it can be annoying sometimes, because if you dont move the joystick for a few minutes and you then click a button or move the joystick, it has to connect to the dock again which can take a couple of seconds.