March 28th, 2015, 03:17
The X-Planers remind me of the Apple computer crowd and X-Plane has a ton of them onboard. The funny thing was they really had nothing to act so superior about. When I was a OC manager at TechCor we used to laugh at the ridiculous amount of money they would pay for inferior ease of use equipment. That divided the computer community in exchange of ideas and technology, but it fueled software and hardware sales. I think we have the same problem/benefit in the flight-sim community. There are pros and cons to both products, but both can be of benefit. However the natural evolution for FSXers really is P3D. However, I personally will never give up FSX or X-Plane even if I can move to P3D some day.