Hey all, Being the newbie that I am, I've been fooling around with pulling together small N-scale layouts using Atlas' RTS software. While it's been fun and all, RTS is a nice marketing scheme to get me to buy Atlas track. I've downloaded a demo version of 3rdPlanIt, but haven't really taken time to play with it yet... but it allows for different variants, including Peco and other track manufacturers. Question #1: Any suggestions when it comes to track? I think I'll stick with Code 80 for the time being, but I wanted to know how compatible using Atlas with Peco track is... although the latter may be a bit too expensive. Question #2: When it comes to turnouts, Atlas suggests using the remote turnouts that have the mechanism located on the side of the track. I'm guessing that I'd be better off learning how to do under-the track switches from the get go, since I'd be drilling holes in the board anyway. Is this wise? Question #3: Cost being a factor, setting up a bank of Tortoises might look nice, but pricey. What switch mechanism am I best to run with? Question #4: Am I missing something really basic?