For what it's worth, my opinion is that a virtual glass cockpit, which can never be certified, would lead to an over reliance on such gadgetry by keeping eyes inside the cockpit instead of looking out, with a consequent propensity for increasing the accident rate and it has no place in SD which is meant to be an aid to VFR navigation. If this what you want and it is provided by an alternative product, why not use the alternative product? No-one is forcing you to continue using SD. I think it is wholly misguided to expect SD to include features just because other products have them. That's why there is a diverse range of products, so that differing consumer requirements can be catered for. The last thing we need is a plethora of products all offering the same or similar feature sets, many of which are likely to be poorly implemented, to the detriment of the product overall. SD caters for a niche market and does so very elegantly and efficiently, which is why it has enjoyed such resounding success and has won two Queen's Award for Industry.
In any case, whatever happened to good old fashioned airmanship? We are in danger of loosing those essential skills which are the backbone of competent airmanship. If your moving map, of whatever flavour, and your radio both fail and you find yourself lost in poor weather, could you find your way home using a limited panel, a VOR and/or ADF?
PS: I have no connection with SD whatsoever, other than being a very satisfied customer.
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