Im flying FSX for years now and before FSX i have flown FS9 for years and years. For those people not acquainted with Flightsimulator from Microsoft. FSX represents the whole world with a lot of basic airports and some basic planes. It contains a basic weather module. It is possible to take a plane, check departure - destination airport, time, weather and off you go. The basic airports are graphically awful to look at. The planes exits of flat textures and have minor to no realtime instruments. Since time, various companies rose with add ons for FSX. I do not know how much add ons have been made so far but it must run in ten thousands. Airports with extremely high detail has been released to be bought as add on. PMDG creates boeing replica's. They made it into Times with their newest boeing 777. 90% of the realtime instruments are simulated. It is amazing! Sound packs, weather module software, planes, scenery, name it and you can buy it for FSX as an add on. I have spend hundered of euro's on Add ons and the default FSX software has becopme just a basic layer piece of software. Why is this not happening with a race sim? Why arent there decent add ons like weather modules (like real weather for the location you race, off line and online would be great!). Tracks, not converted but decent made tracks with all gimmicks (maybe even laser scanned). Cars...the same. I would pay for decent high quality add ons. Would you?