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    Appreciation Post

    ***This may seem a fanboy post, I don't hide it, I very much love PMDG products, and I want to extend my thanks to the entire team***

    I've been using PMDG since 2010 ish, I last flew the NGX in 2017 before a hiatus from the hobby before a MSFS return, and have eagerly been waiting for the 737.

    I just completed my first of many sorties from YSSY-YCFS and in short it's everything I was hoping and expecting, after using sims since the age of 4/5 (not sure how much realistic simming at age 4 I did though ) I can now couple the in-depthness of aircraft simulation with the jaw dropping visuals of MSFS, I landed at YCFS at dusk, just beautiful. It's also very surprising I remembered all the flows after 5 years, and I hadn't watched (m)any pre-release videos, just showed how much I flew the NGX to ingrain it.

    All I need now to complete this experience is the PMDG SDK so we can get FS2Crew.
    (oh and the 600/800/900, 777, 747, 757, 767, JS41 and MD...oh I meant the B1900D )
    Joe Colehouse EGCC

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    I can only join you in there. I have by now bought the PMDG 737 in three different versions - for FSX as boxed version, for p3Dv5 and now for MSFS. I have never regretted it. Those planes are worth every single penny. There are only very few sim developers out there who actually simulate the systems logic of the real aircraft in such a depth and communicate their progress of development in the way PMDG does.

    And you can really feel it and hear it (the sound of the trim wheel OMG!) I only took the 737 out for a short test flight, it behaves really convincing. Calibrating the hardware has been the smoothest I have experienced in MSFS.

    Keep up your great work!!


    Liveries for P3D on https://flightsim.hpage.com/
    Liveries for MSFS on https://flightsim.to/profile/alxcpt/uploads

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      krouner commented
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      I also join you in this. To me, PMDG is the Rolls Royce of the flight simulation world. The attention to detail is uncompromised. Thanks PMDG for all you do!

      KRouner

    #3
    I wholeheartedly concur with the above

    Having been a customer of PMDG for a number of years now and also owning all three flavours of 737 besides the 747 and 777 I can only add to the praise it has already received. I spent half an hour during lunch today just sitting in the cockpit at Renton having been handed the keys and walking up the steps. Setting up camera views and MCP options (I like a realistic time IRS). Listening to it whirr away to itself with fan and electrical noise. Setting up directories for Simbrief export as per the manual.

    Looking forward to getting the engines spooled and taking her for her first flight later on today.

    Hats off to the whole team, yet another amazing achievement.
    Andrew Curry BAW867

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      #4
      Another one in agreement here My first PMDG was for FS2002 and this one is awesome. In summary:

      The whole order, download, install cycle: sweet as a nut, spot on.

      First flight around EGGD: fantastic. I have NEVER had a 73 fly a perfect hold entry from the wrong direction without "help" before. Awesome.

      Downsides: setting up my own default panel state! That will always take forever to get just right

      I feel sorry for the guys on Support, they must be fielding gazillions of not-bugs from people not used to this level of detail

      Thanks PMDG. Out of the park again.
      Bill Casey

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        #5
        Been casually playing with flight sim since way too long ago, but only with MSFS did I get serious about it. This aircraft is my first PMDG product and I can tell you that this is the most immersive sim product I have had the pleasure to fly. I have found myself trying to clear my ears several times thinking I need to because the sound pack alone is that good. Keep up the great work and I can't wait to get to the 900 and then on to the 777. Much appreciation from a new PMDG fanboy!
        Chris Krier

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          #6
          Gents,

          Thank you- this is very kind of you all to take the time to say. Much of the credit for the details in our products goes back to customer interaction and discussion. Some of the things we do might never have crossed our own minds, but someone in this forum said, "hey- have you ever considered..." and then an idea was off and running.

          So while our team does the actual work- it is still very much a community result- and we appreciate the fun interaction we have with you all.

          Robert S. Randazzo
          PMDG Simulations
          http://www.pmdg.com


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            #7
            Have to say i'm really enjoying the 737-700! can't wait for the 800 and future updates to the plane.

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              #8
              Ditto, thank you to Everyone at PMDG, pushing 59 years of age and still feel like a little kid with a new toy... Bravo !!!!
              John Nelson KBZN - KLVM

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                #9
                767 please.
                PMDG Cultist...Chris Honke (CYYZ)

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                  #10
                  If it wasn't for PMDG, I'd have a another hobby. I love PMDG planes.
                  Paul Gugliotta

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                    #11
                    Originally posted by Paulyg123 View Post
                    I love PMDG planes.
                    My wallet doesn't. First purchase was the 744 for FS9. Ever since my poor wallet has suffered accordingly.
                    PMDG Cultist...Chris Honke (CYYZ)

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                      #12
                      I've been playing flight sim for a while but I'm new to PMDG products and this B737 is everything I was hoping for. The team did an amazing job on it, and I honestly can't believe how so few people can recreate something so complex so well in the computer. I don't think I'll ever understand that. The aircraft handles so well in the sim and has all the features I would want and more. I always knew how detailed PMDG products were but I was still amazed by this product. 737 is one of my favorite narrowbody aircraft and I will be flying it a lot. I can't wait for the other variants to be released and am super excited for what else PMDG has in store for the future. To all the people who still said FS2020 was a bad sim because it didn't have any good aircraft, PMDG just proved them wrong big time.

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                        #13
                        Congratulations team PMDG! The 737-700 is absolutely spectacular! Ever since I fired up the default Cessna in MSFS back in August of 2020, the first thing I thought to myself was: "The PMDG 737 is going to be absolutely incredible in this simulator." Its been a long time since then but totally worth the wait.

                        The flight model feels so fluid and alive. All of the systems are beautifully modeled. The sounds are amazing and the performance is incredible. You guys knocked it out of the part. Home run! Congratulations again!

                        Thank you for developing this 737 simulation for MSFS. I can see all of the hard work that went into developing it. I eagerly await the release of the other variants, as well as the 777 and 747. I can't wait to see what you guys are going to do next.
                        Benjamin Nash

                        Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero, AMD Ryzen 5800X3D @ 4.5GHz, 32GB DDR4 3800 CL14 RAM, RTX 3080Ti, LG C1 48" OLED G-Sync Display.

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