I'll make no mystery of it: I'm deeply disappointed in Codemasters in the way they left critical bugs unfixed last year, bugs they introduced with their own patch even. So I'm critical of them and will not provide them the benefit of doubt. Despite that, I am halfway interested in F1 2011 because the rule changes (at least in real life) seem to make for much more exciting racing. But, from all I gather online right now, speaking about the SP game (don't care about MP): *No Telemetry again *Safety Car a *maybe* but two months pre-release it hasn't been confirmed, that does not sound good. *Spectator mode only for online races, again offline replays restricted to own car *Again no way to watch other cars during qualy and practice These are features that were missing in 2010, back then the excuse was that it was their first effort at an F1 title and didn't make it in time. Now we are hearing the same excuses. What we seem to be getting for 45EUR sounds rather meager: *Supposedly better handling (which wasn't so terrible bad in first one for me) *Supposedly better AI *Mechanical Failures *Current Liveries and Car models *DRS, KERS and of course Pirelli tyres. I refuse to count the supposedly fixed AI Tyre and Fuel sim and the new race engineer as "marketable improvements", these should have been fixed in 2010 already and certainly are not "new features" worth new money this year. In fact I'm appealed at the cheekiness of Codies to hype these fixes they couldn't be arsed to provide for 2010 paying customers as "new features". I simple can't see the major improvements that would be worth the 45EUR. Especially seeing that modders took care of the season update for 2011, only thing they can't do for free is KERS and DRS. I'm curious, for the people who are already preordering it - what is your incentive to trust Codemasters with your money, especially seeing how they never fixed the serious PC bugs from last year's patch 1.01? What are you seeing in this title that I ain't?