"With developments on earth in the late 2020's having reduced the formerly proud driving professions, to roles children could understand no better than their grandparents could understand the once pivotal role of horse-related employment, the routine piloting of space-craft was now handled almost entirely by the quine 9500".
which is something that 5-years later me, is terribly annoyed at not having. nor do i feel the need to constantly be questioned when i want to leave my ship or the requirement to confirm that, yes, i truly want to ignore everyone i bump into for the next year or so is helping me.
these things were driving me mad in play-testing. ... it may just be me, but i aim to trade, upgrade and raid pirate bases over and over for the sheet madness of it. the endgame flying and taking it to the big ships wasn't something i was ever very good at, so not having an auto-jumping auto-landing gizmo available to 5-years-later-me, just feels like a bug.
also, i'm also no longer fond of infinite asteroids. just sayin'. i'm ok with them drifting around and messing up a once cleared zone, but, damn their infinite respawn! for me, it destroys all sense of accomplishment and investment in a character. of course, ymmv, but i'd rather have mayhem at a station shut down commerce and draw hostile ships to that station.
just wanted to get that off my chest. other than that, looking forward to getting rich trading and one-day finding places to pay fines/fix karma. without doing a single mission until i get al the ships i want. oh wait.. i can still only have just one ship, right? no parking an old one somewhere for a fee? building up a fleet of ships for a murder of crows, err wingmen is also something i think i should be able to do now that there's an advanced auto-pilot module. oh wait..
hey! thanks again for breathing life again into this great game. please move this post as you see fit