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Beechcraft Bonanza A36 - Flight Simulator Reviews

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Reviews Date of last review
5 Wed, December 21, 2005
Recommended By Average Price Average Rating
100% of reviewers $25.62 9.8




Description: • Gmax® Model
• Reflections & Shine
• Full moving parts
• Fully Interactive VC
• Show / Hide the VC with just a mouse click!
• Full set of 2D interior views to supplement the VC.
• Accurate Flight Dynamics verified by the real aircraft's owner.
• Photo Real Graphics
• Reality XP Garmin GNS430
• Reality XP WX500 Weather Radar
• EDM700 EGT
• Sandel 3308 EHSI
• Default GPS500
• Realistic Sounds
• Choice of 2 Internal Sound Sets
• Configuration Utility
• Repaint Utility
Product Link: http://www.dreamfleet2000.com/Previews/A36/preview_home.html

Review Date: Fri, April 29, 2005 Recommended: Yes | Price paid: $24.95 | Rating: 10 

Pros: The BEST GA aircraft to date!
Cons: Nothing...period.

Wow...where do I start? I own a great amount of add-on aircraft for FS, including a huge variety of GA a/c from some very wonderful developers. But I cannot think of any in my GA hangar that come close to the quality and amount of features that this A36 comes with. It is hands down THE best GA a/c to date...bar none. Just go to the Dreamfleet website and see for yourself. They have raised the bar once again I can only stand in awe of the talent that comes from those guys! Just buy it and enjoy.
Review Date: Mon, May 9, 2005 Recommended: Yes | Price paid: $24.95 | Rating: 10 

Pros: Panel, exterior, soundset
Cons: none

Excellent product by Dreamfleet. The panel is very well done, virtual cockpit is amazing. The Reality XP gauges work perfectly and with the plane. I fly aircraft with the Garmin GNS 430 GPS in real life and it looks and works exactly the same. The flight dynamics are fantastic and the soundset is great too. I definately recommend adding this aircraft to your FS hanger.
Review Date: Tue, July 26, 2005 Recommended: Yes | Price paid: None indicated | Rating: 0 

Pros: The overall model and the stuff you can doo.
Cons: The gps and stuff are a bit hard to install and figure out.

Aside from the incredibly modeled model. It is incredibly interective. You can practicaly use anything in the vc. This should be an example to all payware aircraft.
Review Date: Wed, December 14, 2005 Recommended: Yes | Price paid: $26.95 | Rating: 9 

Pros: detail panel and model, WX500
Cons: FPS suffer in 3D cockpit

It has a cool RealityXP WX500 weather redar. It also come with a float and tip tank versions. The night lighting effect in VC and exterior are very nicely doen. However, the FPS suffer a bit in the 3D cockpit mode as it has a very detail panel.

It seems to use some 16-bit version of software. NTVDM will be loaded and it is a processor hugger. (required by the Reality GPS) The FS9 will also switching to single processor mode by itself when A36 is loaded. This problem is most noticeable when using the FS9 map function to examine the flight path. By re-setting the FS9 to dual processors mode improve the computer response time significantly. However, in-flight FSP improvement is only 2-3 FPS when switching to two processors.

It is also requires you to load the plane in 2D cockpit mode to make sure the gauge will work properly which indicates something extra they did is outside what the FS9's original design intend.
Review Date: Wed, December 21, 2005 Recommended: Yes | Price paid: None indicated | Rating: 10 

Pros: Garmin 430 GPS free with plane, WX500 Radar Free, 140 page operators manual, Sandel SN3308 electric HSI, incredibly detailed aircraft
Cons: FPS Drop in VC

I bought this plane when it was first released and I wasn't dissapointed.

1st: Installation is a breeze. Once you do the Flight Ecommerce wrapper(you use this to purchase)it installs on it own. I had no problems with the installtion whatsoever.

2nd: Configurator Control loads at beginning of flight. You can open cowlings, remove pilot, tie down aircraft, etc.... To save FPS in VC, you can remove seats, remove reflective windows, or just remove the VC altogether.

3: Beautiful looking aircraft. Very detailed, including opening glove box, moving seats, moving arm rests, or turning on dome lights.

4: VC and Panel excellent. You can tell there was a lot of work done on to make it look really good.

5: Dream Manager(V3) allows you to easily add personal repaints to the aircraft. One you have the template, simply load it into DreamManager and it will edit the aircraft.cfg for you.

6: Version 3 is out now. For the new user, you simply download and install. Some Changes include: Reality XP's Flight Line T gauges that are ultra smooth, and some changes to the VC to make itself more smooth. If you have Version 2 or older, you must uninstall the old plane and reinstall this new version. It is a free upgrade.

7: Dreamfleet has shown that they are committed providing excellent aircraft for a decent price. Their partnership with reality XP ensures that you get more realistic gauges, GPS, Color Weather Radar, or electric HSI's(That sound like a sales pitch but I assure you it isn't). The Dreamlfeet forum is at Flightsim.com.

8: The Archer is a good step up into faster aircraft without taking the leap to twin engine birds. I started flying the Cessnas, but got bored so I got this plane. The next step will be the Dreamfleet Baron.

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