Thanks a bunch that did it. I went with 21.5 any farther back and you go back into the seat. Hope this doesn't cause any grumptitude to come your way.Sure, but first I have to tell on myself. I had a bit of a fuzzy recollection of where the item is. In fact, it is located in the aircraft.cfg file which is located in the main aircraft folder. Some of this is recollection, but the basics are easy enough. Use the Notepad utility in your Windows O/S to open up the aircraft.cfg file which is located in the aircraft folder. The aircraft folder is located in the FSX/SimObjects/Airplanes folder and is itself named "MilViz F-15E".
Once you have it opened up, search through all the writing/coding toward the halfway point you will see a section labeled "VIEWS" and immediately below that you will see this: eyepoint = 22.4, -0.003, 2.1
Before doing anything else, please copy and paste a duplicate of that existing section and then comment it out by placing a double diagonal "//" in front of it. This comments that code section out, and it gives you a very easy way to recover if things turn ugly. If they get ugly, then merely delete the entry your edited and remove the comments (//) from the backup you just created.
Now, the three numbers you see are X, Y, and Z values. X is the forward/back value. Y is the right/left value. Z if the up/down value. The values in whole numbers roughly equal feet, and they are referenced from the defined center of the aircraft, so you can gauge how much you should adjust. If you only want to move your eyepoint back a bit, then just change the X value (which starts off at 22.4). My personal recommendation is to change it to 21.4 to move it back a bit. Again, remember that since the numbers are in feet moved from the center point of the aircraft, the values can vary substantially from aircraft to aircraft and so small initial tweaks are all that is required.
Cheers, and hope this helps you enjoy our jet a bit more.
BTW: Normally we don't provide customer support outside the MilViz forums, and Colin may well get grumpy at me for doing it this time. But, I'm not exactly giving away trade secrets on this one as this method is FSX general for all aircraft. But, please, no one take this as meaning I'm going to make a habit of this!