This particular model has several updates and improvements. As well as being able to add more more control surfaces and being able to disable the phug, the most major change is the large increase in the default Flight dynamics. This has often been the single most annoying problem that hobbyists have to deal with, and it's very important to get the settings of the aircraft just right before flight time. When I have tested FS2 I found the default settings of the aircraft was a bit hit and miss, often more than one aircraft would behave oddly. Developer BF2 Studios has changed this to 3D, meaning that the settings are now constant throughout the whole plane and you won't experience the annoying pitch or yaw. On the downside you can't adjust any of these settings manually, they are all now set to a brilliant default, which may bother some of you. For those interested in doing it the extra effort, that's all fine, just use the fix buttons in the settings control panel in-game. This give you the option of adjusting the spoilers to a height of 0, or allowing the aircraft to simulate different engine options. You don't need to upgrade if you don't want to, but as the default settings are brilliant, you won't miss this change.
I've used the standard Aerofly Pro and have found comfort in this being directly connected to the computer. This also opens up the world for custom paint jobs. The ability to use any paint you choose is hugely beneficial. However, this version doesn't work with Multi-Pano. The next version of Aerofly Pro Deluxe with the new interface will work with Multi-Pano. 7211a4ac4a