Too many points going off in offtopic tangents. You are missing and misreading the points I made in my previous post though.
Yes, you can simulate failures in the SR22 through the failures menu. However, I specifically said you cannot simulate failures realistically. MSFS is a simulator, people use these pieces of software to train for the real world. It cannot be used this way if features essential to the craft are missing. We can both agree that we want to have these planes as realistically as possible, yeah? I am trying to make clear that this plane is not safe to fly without the chute, as it is not certified for spin recovery requirements without it. Thus the plane in it’s current state is insufficient for proper simming, more learning towards an arcady implementation, as I have also stated in my preivous reply.
I agree that this is not a high priority development, but this is a wishlist item. We are telling Asobo (or third party developers) that this is a feature that is currently missing, and we want to see it added to the simulator. It seems detrimental to the simulator to argue against the addition of the chute. The real important issues get a lot more votes anyways, and they will be added sooner.
Please properly read my replies when replying. You have left words out of my sentences and based arguments on those sentences.