First of all, thank you for a terrific new flight simulator - possibly the best yet in terms of straight-out-of-the-box appearance and performance!
There is one small bug in the Boeing 737 instrument panel, perhaps not noticeable to most, judging from the lack of mention on it in this forum thus far, but annoying to someone who has flown airplanes like the 737 for some time. The airspeed indicator has somehow been put in in the wrong orientation. If you look at photos on sites like airliners.net you will find that the lowest indicated speed, usually 40 knots or so, is always at the 12 o'clock position or very nearly so. That puts the 200 knot indication around the 6 o clock position and so on.
In the Aerofly 737 the indicator has been rotated about 90 degrees clockwise from its proper orientation. All that would need doing is to rotate it back 90 degrees counter clockwise from where it is now.
The other airliners all have glass primary flight displays and are not affected by this error. All of the other round dial airspeed indicators in the other airplanes are correct.
In essence, at zero airspeed on a round dial indicator, the needle should be at the 12 o clock position.
Otherwise this product is outstanding. Best photo scenery and terrain mesh I have ever seen, including many years of airline FAA Level D simulators in the course of my career. In fact, the scenery is better than any of the airline sims I saw when I was in that business! Lightning fast load times and from what I have experienced thus far quite realistic flight response characteristics, at least for the airliners, to say nothing of the payware level airplanes themselves.