Anyone else download this yet? It's on Live and probably PSN as well. Not quite sure what to think of it. Visually it's beautiful with the detail of the ground and the overcast skies. [y]VBqW1QIQ5NM[/y] I'm not happy with how they have differentiated between the three sim levels. On arcade it's like Ace Combat, you can do whatever you want airspeed be damned. At one point I flew straight up for about a minute before putting it into a dive. The air speed gauge went over 1000 before just clicking into ----. Guess it gave up. It's way over the top. One step up, realistic, is a big jump. Accomplishing a immelman takes a lot of effort and a ton of speed. Trying to do any movements that require more than 75% of the stick to be moved usually throw you into a stall that you may be able to get out of if you are really high up. I haven't been able to shoot down anything besides bombers and tanks, fighters are next to impossible. You will die more by your own fault than by getting shot down. The last level, Sim, is even more so. Trying to accomplish anything other than flying in a straight line will send you into a spin that you won't be able to pull out of. I had the throttle pinned for several seconds and was never able to get up enough speed to do much of anything. I banked a few degrees to the left and somehow ended up in a flat spin again. The way they set up the controls is retarded too. View, rudder, and throttle is all on the right stick. AC6's set up was a lot better with the yaw and throttle on their own shoulder buttons and view all to itself. I've played a few computer sims and haven't seen anywhere near to this level of difficulty in flying around, although they were all modern aircraft. I'm guessing WW2 stuff is a lot more difficult to fly. This is almost to the point of frustration though. Still, the series is supposed to be one of the best on the PC and the potential is huge. Probably going to rent it and hope i can get over the curve with realistic mode. Arcade mode is too much so and a joke to play. tl;dr version PITA controls and physics, but beautiful graphics and a strong heritage behind it with the PC versions.