Hi Gary, I've decided to purchase the Airport Studio because it like it much better and I assume ADE does everything that AFX does. AFX will allow me to place objects using the sim but I have to place both windows on the screen, one being the sim and the other being AFX. I just don't like to have to use both windows to do my project, and I have to keep remember or reminding myself that I have to work in AFX and monitor what I do in the 2nd window. With Airport Studio, it's like using IS3. The other thing I did not like was the fact that the demo would not allow me to save my file and reload the sim after I've done my work, even though I'm at KSEA. I posted at their website questioning why is this case. One thing I've noticed when I save a file is that it is saved as AFX_KPVD.bgl. At first, I thought this was just a placement file, for example, a placement file for the jetways. But it turns out that it's an airport file because I can load it in ADE. Since this file opened in ADE and I assume it to be an airport file, I got to thinking that I no longer need to keep my project file that I originally worked on - KPVD_ADEX_KM.BGL. So, I removed it and placed it on my desktop. When I did, the old default terminal showed up in my simulator, along with my new project terminal, all at the same time. I remember removing the old default terminal but I figured that if the AFX file is an airport file, it would have saved or stored that information. So I had to put my original file KPVD_ADEX_BGL back. But I was just curious at to using 2 airport files, but everything seems to look okay in the sim. The only thing is that when I first saved and reloaded the sim, using the Airport Studio Tool Bar button, the jetways did not show up. I guess it may be require that I also close the sim and restart it as well. By the way, all the jetways animate. Ken.