No matter how you do it, you do it wrong . If he had said next year people would be disappointed, if he said weeks rather months, and cannot do it in that time its also false. Each hour he spents here to reply, is missing in the development of rF2. The alpha of the gui was already there last simracing expo. I ve no idea if they show it on the expo in this year, but i think they will. Why not? Let them keep sure that the tech does not break anything for us, no one wants to race with something that might crash, because it has not been tested enough. There is a reason why most developers do not publish release-dates until they reached a high level, because you never know how long some parts might work, especially if you are working with a code base which is huge and not been written by yourself. They have to read code they did not write theirself, read, understand and change. Thats a very difficult task, this old ui tech has been build and evolved in the 90s as main part of the simulation itself. You cannot simple cut it out and place something new that easily. If you would code a simulation from scratch today you might develop a gui thats unindependent to the engine itself and write a communication protocol rest or network based to have that seperated.