When I set the Spot View elevation and orientation I'd like it to stick. As it stands now if I set an elevation of 30, or 40 or whatever feet altitude above flight level in a tail follow spot view and I switch to left or right view then back that elevation setting is lost and I have to reset it.
The Garmin GPS GUI just flat sucks. The GPS from FS2002, despite it's flat cartoonish look, was not only more user friendly but ten times more readable. Much easier to follow and fly by. But hey maybe it's me, maybe I'm not using it correctly. Maybe everyone else likes the bad 2 color low contrast display, the unreadble onscreen text, indecipherable range and ground texture objects, the obnoxiously unusable controls interface, sticky menu tree, etc, etc, etc,
Improved coastline textures. in this day and age of satellite photography there ought to be better out-of-the-box coastlines.
Sometimes when I'm just flying around or if I jump out of a flight in mid-flight like my trip to Jamaica (after saving at that point) when I reload the flight later I don't have a flight plan anymore. and there is no ATC link to Jamaica. Regardless I think the Sim should do a better job of recognizing local airports farther out to give me time to set up my approach.
Otherwise great job! (just go back the old GPS)