Features: Photographic Scenery: Explore, go sight-seeing, or recce flights that you're planning to fly for real! With photographic scenery at the highest level of detail supported by Flight Simulator 2004 (4.8m/pixel), VFR Photographic Scenery is so accurate that it can be used with actual CAA charts to practice the VFR (Visual Flight Rules) navigation techniques, taught as part of a private pilot’s license. Detailed and Accurate Terrain: VFR Photographic Scenery significantly improves the detail and accuracy of the terrain model in Microsoft Flight Simulator, showing every lump and bump of topography in the coverage area. The terrain is also supplied at the highest level of detail supported by FS2004 (19m/pixel). Interactive Water Bodies: Water bodies throughout the scenery have been designated ‘interactive’, giving you moving, reflective water surfaces, and allowing you to practice float aircraft operations. Coverage: The coverage extends to include all islands within the archipelago of the Western Isles of Scotland (formerly known as the Outer Hebrides). System Specifications: Minimum System Requirements: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Windows XP(SP2)/Vista/7, 1.0 GHz Processor, 512MB RAM, Graphics Card with 128MB VRAM and DirectX 8.0a compatible drivers, 300MB Hard Disk Space, SVGA monitor supporting 1024x768 pixel resolution/24-bit colour. Recommended System Requirements: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Windows XP(SP3), 2.0 GHz Processor, 1024MB RAM (or better), Graphics Card with 512MB (or greater) VRAM and DirectX 9.0a compatible drivers, 300MB Hard Disk Space, SVGA monitor supporting 1024x768 pixel resolution/24-bit colour or better.