[font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON May-25-02 AT 07:32PM (EDT)[/font][p]First, SID/STAR routes have to be d/led separately from the fsnav site. You'll have to put the files in the approprite folder. The easiest way I know to use the STAR/SID routes, is add the origin and destination to the flight plan, click auto-route using SID/STAR routes, and it should route you accordingly. To fly an IFR flight using FSNav, you'll have to export the flight plan from FSNav first. You'll have to export the plan to FS2002 format. It'll put it in your FS2002/flights/myflts folder. You'll have to go to the FS2002 planner, and load up the plan in FS2002 format. Once that's done, your plan will show up on your GPS as well as in FSNav. About the M1 & M2, those are the 2 modes you can run FSNav in. I think you can change what can be done automatically in the 'settings' area. I'm not @ home, so I can't walk ya through that part. I never use it anyway. I've got mine setup where M1 is my manual mode, and M2 will do everything for me (flying the plane that is). I hope that answers a few of your questions anyway.