I know there are threads on this in Scenery packs and Tool and Utilities, but I thought I’d start a thread here on it solely for VR flyers. If you are not familiar with it see this thread:
Anyway I tried it out today and I have to say it makes a big improvement for me, especially in VR. The trees are the correct height and in 3D it all looks so much better. I tried my home town in Hobart, Tasmania, Oz, where Mt Wellington in particular looked a lot more realistic (although there should be a tree line, above which only shrubs and smaller gums grow) then New Guinea at AYGA - Goroka, where I do a lot of bush flying from, and then the UK where I spent my primary school years in the Black Country. All looked much better in VR than the stock foliage.
I haven’t got around to altering the seasons yet, I just had Summer up north and Winter down under.
In short, well worth checking out for VR flying if you are unfamiliar with it. I really enjoyed myself this morning.
As an aside, I tried out Radeon chill, setting my fps to 30FPS on my 6800XT and all was smooth as silk, with mostly high settings and some ultra (reflections off for now) OXR 100 / RS 80. So it seems my rig holds that 30fps with no problems, where I have flown today anyway.
32 GB CL 16 RAM