I own two go-flight products, a)GF-45 display and b)GF-P8 pushbutton module. I cannot praise these products enough. However at present they are limited to the default FS aircraft (2000 and 2002). I have been in correspondence with Doyle Nickless of Go-Flight who says that he is trying to persuade the authors of DF737-400, PIC767 and PSS to accomodate Go-Flight hardware. Go-Flight offer a SDK to developers. I for one would be most grateful should the authors of these fine products take up the gauntlet. In any case, my recommendation to you is purchase at least these two products and see for yourself - you would not believe the control you will have.
Thanks Bobcox, for the price it looks like a good deal!
Lou, I got the following response from the 'Go Flight' team, and was wandering if you are in contact to help the two products work together? By the way, you guys did a supperb job with the 734.
**Unfortunately we have a compatibility issue with Dreamfleet 737's autopilot at the moment -- because my software communicates with the "stock" FS2002 autopilot, aircraft that implement their own autopilot logic (such as Dreamfleet 737, 767PIC, PSS B744) do not function fully with our hardware. I'm now working on a fix for this problem but it will require cooperation from all of the developers involved in order to completely solve it.**
I just installed the new GF-LGT (landing Gear, Flaps, and Elev Trim). Only done one flight, but it worked perfectly. Of course, there is really nothing complicated about it's interaction, as there is with the other modules. However, it comes with the 1.13 version of the software (as opposed to the 1.12 available on the GoFlight website). the README doesn't specify about any fixes for the other modules, so I don't know. I am holding of on pushbuttons and toggles until a fix for the DF734 is available.
Anyway, just FYI regarding the GF-LGT