For trent, (the original thread wanders all over the place - so I wandered here)
Further to the 'smooth' flying comments. Everything is relative and I suspect 'smooth' as used in these comments by VX squadron Hornet pilots when testing new IFLOLS (and comparing it to the old FLOLS system) these are their comments in a summary (about new accuracy of IFLOLS etc.) about 'how to fly' IFLOLS (with many extra smaller cells showing glideslope):
• Meatball / Line-up / AOA scan hasn’t changed
– Ball deviations will seem to be larger and happen faster
• Smoother corrections to highs work best to ‘stairstep’
the ball down to center
• Don’t lead a low ball; expect to move it up past
the datums, then work it down
• Never re-center a high ball in close
• With the ball stabilized at the top of the lens, the
aircraft should still trap (like FLOLS)"
That last comment would apply to being in relation to second last comment. I'm hoping it is clear that the pilots speak about detail they see, probably detail we have no hope of seeing in FSX, yet we strive to do the best at all times, given the limitations discussed in the other thread.