Is your cockpit instrumentation actually working as its hard to tell from the video? If not display the inflight data display ribbon ("I" shortcut key) so we can see what your vertical velocity is on touch down. Also with the VVI from the data ribbon display enabled, using a chase view for landing that gives a view of the landing gear would show (if the landing gear animation graphics are already setup) if it is collapsing or not. For conventional (taildragger) landing gear doing a two point touchdown (two front wheels contact first) is normally prone to a couple of bounces if you are descending too fast, normally a three point landing (both front wheels and tail wheel contact simultaneously) is less likely to bounce. Also, using a chase camera view allows you to see how the landing gear shock absorber is working as long as your gear graphics is working correctly.
Brewster B339 Buffalo and Spitfire Mk1a Project
I thought you might like to see a couple of models I've been working on in AC3D that hopefully will one day find their way into Aerofly FS2. Let me say at the outset they will in all likelyhood be payware as I'm not retired and its difficult to justify the amount of time these creations take otherwise. Other than that my plans are fluid at this stage. I work on them as and when I can. External meshes are done and I'm now working on textures and materials. After that Pilot and VC are then on the…