Ugh, after 25+ years of the same user interface I spent a day or three remapping the keyboard to the old MSFS/P3D keys. In doing this I’ve found a lot of functions that don’t exist anymore (or maybe they are extremely well hidden with names that don’t come close that I haven’t found yet). The more I use it I get the impression that while the graphics are amazing, it will take a lot of outside work to come close to the same level of possible systems depth that you can get with the Legacy FS/P3D architecture. Which makes sense in that when MS sold the old FS platform to LockMart they agreed that if they ever re-entered the home sim market FS they would stick to more game like and not something that could be developed into a more detailed home training sim. From digging through the file system it certainly isn’t as user friendly to making individual customizations to the base world/system. It’s doable but not as easy as before and even third party add-one are going to be more limited to whatever third party modification software is capable of and not much manual editing. Good for the casual user but people used to making a lot of personalization will be disappointed for a while until work around are developed.lol ok so you CAN'T do those things! I thought I was just an idiot and was missing the control somewhere. The amount of times I've been mashing old FS9 or FSx buttons to do things has been ridiculous.