Well I have a few.
Flight on DC-9 is very nice and realistic, some real flying.
777 and 757 good FMCs and overheads panels are great, some what realistic but the best add ons for those two planes, and I love flying the 777-200LR across the world non-stop.
737-700 PMDG a great add on.
The two best IMO.
Wilco 737-300/400/500. Great add on, very realistic, sounds are great, panels are great, everything is great.
And RFP 747-200/200F. Very Very Realistic, all the panels of the 742 and random engine fires and flameouts. It was great I was flying Nadi-Auckland in the 742 about 2 years ago and at about 8,000ft fire bell rings and I had to put the fire out, went back to the airport and made a three engine landing. It was great. Very realistic and some real flying there to no glass cockpit. FE
panels and all. Another one of my favourites to fly across the Atlantic.
And if you want a nice turbo prop for short hauls nothing better than the PSS
I be looking at getting Level D 767 later this year or next year. Heard only great things about it, I would want to get the FS2Crew with it too.
"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)