I learned to fly many years ago in a Cessna 150, after receiving my PPL and was engaged in a commercial pilots program, I purchased my own C150. Not much later I got my CFI rating and started teaching primary training in my C150 and renting other aircraft as needed. I accumulated logged hours in that Cessna that amounts to about 6 times the number of hours you stated that you spent building this freeware model. Several years later I purchased a newer model that looks almost exactly like the one you chose to model.
As you can imagine, I have very fond memories of flying my personal Cessnas. I remember very well the views, the sounds, the feel, the response, etc. My initial thoughts are that you have captured all the important features and specs for an enjoyable AFS2 flying model.
I am especially pleased that you are the one and only designer/developer to actually capture the physical size of the vertical braces between the windows and the windscreen. The view from the pilot's seat is perfect as opposed to all other C152 models that I have seen, including those in development. It looks to me like I remember the views from either seat and how it looks when looking along the bottom of the wing and looking over the engine cowling.
I suspect this will eventually be my favorite "goto" airplane for casual flying. Thank you so very much for choosing to share this marvelous accomplishment with us.
Thank you Ray. Much appreciated from a real life pilot.