Hey Guys, I'd like to throw a few things out there that I've experienced since purchasing Drive and actually playing it for a while. First off, thanks to movies and games I noticed I have ZERO respect for speed/airtime and what that could do to a car. I think we all imagine jumping 30 feet into the air without any ill effects. The reality is, those kinds of forces ruin most street cars. It's been eye opening, to see what happens when you lose control at 60 MPH, lightly glance off a tree with your rear end and roll over 3 times before slamming into another tree. Yes, in real life you wold have died there. But not in BeamNG's Drive. There you get to see what happens when a car meets something solid without the expensive paperwork. And it's made me drive my real car so much more carefully. I respect the speed now. On a related note, I spent most of my time trying to rally drive in the Ibishu Covet and I learned pretty quickly I couldn't brake and turn at the same time. It became clear that braking had to happen 100% before the turn. I was even talking to a friend and said "The wheels will only do one thing at a time: turn or brake". I've never taken the time to study racing, so the idea was completely new to me. Then I was watching a YouTube video where a professional driver was teaching some noobs about cornering. One of the first things he said: "Your wheels can do only one thing at a time: turn or brake". The fact that a complete newbie learned a REAL LIFE lesson about driving cars without any real life training is astounding. I've played around with driving fast in GTA, having some fun in Dirt 3, and even spent some time with Gran Turismo back in the day. Drive is the first time I've actually had the feeling of driving, and the fact that real world physics have been converted into the game with such accuracy is nothing short of amazing. The word "impressed" doesn't really cover the emotion I have for the work you guys have done. Thanks.