Hello All.   This post will be locked as its only intended for public statement.  While many people are aware of the IXEG Development status, many others will not and so this post is intended to provide clarifying information. For a while now, IXEG development has sat relatively idle.  The reasons for this are multiple and have been stated in other forums; however, two significant factors contributing to that idleness have since wained and IXEG are looking at how to best move forward with IXEG updates again.    There are two areas we are looking at for updates, 3D cabin/doors/animations and the FMS. Regarding the FMS, IXEG are looking at transitioning to the XP1100 Navdata format, which is derived from the ARINC 424 standard.   Moving to this dataset format would yield increased accuracy in the representation of procedures and more practical data with which to improve LNAV / VNAV / performance caclulations.   If it turns out that porting our code to the new XP1100 format is too cumbersome in the short term, then we will seek to patch what we have now and transition at a later time.  The important thing is that IXEG are moving again to improve the FMS. Regarding the 3D,  this will be a bit more of a undertaking.  The development tools IXEG used for 3D development are nearly fully deprecated and there has been a major transition to newer tools and methods.  This necessitates IXEG reconfigure our source material to the new formats and we have a LOT of 3D material to translate.   This means that the 3D updates will be longer in coming than the FMS updates.   Once the 3D is ported to the new tools though, any updates we implement thereafter would come much quicker, simliar to what was done shortly after our release for those that recall.    We apologize for the idle time and appreciate all our customers and any patience you've exercised.   We are sincerely committed to making the most immersive and accurate simulation of this aircraft as we can and will continue to push towards that goal, no matter where its end may be.  -Tom Kyler