Hi all, Reading the (wise) advice on this forum suggests that the textbook way of putting a circuit together has the detail - objects, terain, etc - being added after the track is made and tested (and tested) for the drive, the lines, etc. However, I find it's not until there is some scenery in there that the sense of scale properly becomes apparent. When driving on a largely empty track with basic terrain, I find it difficult to tell. Once the scenery is in, even if its just a few marker poles, I then feel much more able to judge how to tweak the track itself to get the lines. Does anyone else find this or is it just me?!