So Today, after 3 months of being stuck at home allowing my foot to heal up and getting used to bearing weight on it, and NOT playing any games on the X Box in that whole time (except last 2 days played just a few hours) I decided it was time to "fly" Turned it on and started playing one of my favorite games "Blazing Angels'' The WW II secret missions X planes one. The one that has a few different X planes from Germany etc. I love that game, because mainly the scenery is AMAZING and rich and there are several places where you can just fly and enjoy all the scenery and really practice a lot of maneuvers and aerobatics,without having to engage in an immediate fight.....one thing I dont like about most flying games. You cant enjoy the flying part really... the relaxing part. It's why a really amazing flight sim is awesome too. That said, the other reason I really like that game, is that you can apply many different paint and national liveries to your plane. I realized that after playing awhile and selecting different planes for different missions, That all my planes were customized at an earlier time ( last year) by me, with all of them being either Luftwaffe or Polish, as I'm Polish and German. I have to say that game is so flippin fun. some of the planes have schemes and colors that just look really cool, and oddly, inspired me to stop and start working on building a few of my paper projects to try to match a few particular ones I have on the game. I have one that is not historically accurate i'm pretty sure, but looks really neat. not accurate for a few reasons but Hey...it looks cool. It's a FW 190 A(not sure if 8 or 9), but painted in an Afrika Korps desert scheme that looks pretty weathered, but it's got the Polish signage. Just an oddball way to pay tribute to both parts of the heritage, and one I hope to get done as a paper kit in reasonable time, to put on my shelf.