I would be nice if A2A included actual advanced procedures in their checklists. Nothing too detailed just the major problems like engine failure/fire, advanced aerobatics settings for spins, loops, barrel rolls, etc..., and escort/bombing techniques. And to include things like best glide speed (guessing around 140-160), recommended high key/low key (for dead stick landings), Maneuvering airspeed maybe with a VG diagram. I love this plane so much I'm thinking of doing an L/D chart to get a better picture of its flight envelope.
The flight characteristics in this plane are so amazing it really does feel like you're flying a heavy bird. I went back and flew the P-51 and it felt as though it was way too easy and unrealistic. Even though the p-51's eye candy is done very well it was too easy to fly and not complicated enough for my blood so I had to go back to the 47.
ASEL, AMEL, Commercial, Instrument.
Former Naval Aviator.