I just want to say how much I appreciate the philosophy of how Aerosoft and their sub-contractors have managed the development and support of the A32x series over the years. Few developers, big or small, follow through on their products in such a way. I'd also like to add how much I love the balance of the A32x product and how complete it is. Yes, there are developers airliners with a higher degree of complexity out there but few that gives you for example, planning tools (fuelplanner) and voice packages in the same purchase. The Airbus series strikes an absolute perfect balance with regards to complexity, good performance, enjoyment, ease-of-use, completeness and at a very reasonable price point. No P3D extra fees etc. It's FUN flying the A32x series, not just excruciating complex. I'm not much for going through exact checklists manually so having the co-pilot speaking out the checks is much more fun and makes it easier to also learn. I appreciate a lot of people in the sim-community really love high degree of complexity (so do I with certain add-ons) right down to working circuit breakers etc. I'm not slamming that, I just want to express what an excellent mainstream experience the A32x series is.
With all this said, I hope, and believe, that the A333 package will be developed in the same vein as it's little brothers. If that is the case, I (and those like me) will have many hours, or even years, of flightsimming enjoyment to look forward to. My letter of appreciation to Aerosoft and it's affiliated developers.