I am new to FS2004 and find I very much enjoy flying "low and slow" in general aviation equipment. My home base is located in central South Carolina and I routinely fly up and down the East Coast. I believe my computer is capable of handling any reasonable scenery add-on however I am confused. I have read as many of the posts involving scenery as I could find both here and on other forums but I am still concerned there is more I should know. Are terrain textures better than products such as megascenery for folks like me who typically fly at lower altitudes? How about programs that add roads, rivers, etc? Should the "low and slow" folks stick to the FS Genesis products for the best results? How well do these scenery products work as a pilot descends? Please accept my sincere apology for any questions that are redundant or that have been asked and answered in the past. I have posed many of these issues with the makers of scenery add-on products and they all tend to feel their products would be the best for me. I would very much appreciate some opinions from those pilots who use these products and who might be in the same position as me. Thanks very much!