Just an observation
I don't know if anyone else has noticed, but when flying into Honolulu International with fs9, and the real weather wind is out of the southwest, ATC will assign one of the runway 22 landings. When I approached the final approach phase, I noticed that the airplanes that were in the landing sequence ahead of me were flying "right THROUGH the mountains" that are on the normal 2-1/2 degree glide slope final approach path!!
I was in Hawaii for a while, and the wind is rarely out of the southwest, but if it is, I don't believe Honolulu International uses runway 22 for landings due to the MEA (Minimum Enroute Altitude) and the obstruction clearance restrictions! Just an observation of the hard line taken by FS9 ATC..
Never mind the mule, just load the wagon.