I'm officially in FSX since 04/29.
I'd say, it was about time...I guess the realization how MS Flight turned out to be, played a role in this decision. Now you understand why we were so sure most FS9 users would go to FSX once MS Flight was released (instead of skipping FSX and jumping directly to Flight as many had hoped), something that we knew for a while, knowing how Flight was going to be since a couple of years by now...
Quick question - where does FSX maintain sceneries' entries for the addon products. In FS2004 it was in "scenery.cfg".
It's still there, but it's location differs from FS9, and there are 3 copies of the scenery.cfg file in FSX:
FSX\scenery.cfg (FSX is your FSX root folder)
These first two are just "templates" with the default Scenery Library after a clean installation (no addons), in case something goes wrong with the current one.
The currently used one, is here:
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Microsoft\FSX\Scenery.cfg, which translates to:
C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\FSX\Scenery.cfg in Vista or Windows 7
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Microsoft\FSX\Scenery.cfg under Windows XP