Hi there, I finally figured out how to use SBuilderX and produced an image (bgl) of an airfield and surrounding area in South Africa for use in FSX. However, most of the terrain is a rather ugly reddish brown colour, which is probably correct for the middle of our dry (winter) season. But this looks just terrible in FSX as it doesn't blend well with the background, even the default FSX winter textures. That same part of the world is much greener in the summer (our rainy season) and I feel an image of that time of the year will work much better in FSX. My problem is that SBuilderX always grabs the reddish-brown image and never an image from our greener summer season. Is there a way in SBuilderX to determine what time of the year it grabs its image from? As far as I can see, only "Google_api3_Satellite" and "VirtualEarthSatellite" generate any images, but they're all reddish brown. I have played around in Google Earth and by changing the date settings, one can find images which are beautiful and green, but I can't seem to generate them in SBuilderX?