Couldn't resist, sorry! I have another view from my cockpit meanwhile than many other commanders had or will ever have: That's because I decided to fly to the center of the galaxy. I started three days ago. I flew ~14k lightyears. 390 hyperjumps at 37 lightyears max. I estimate that's 50-60% of the total distance (forgot to measure it): You can't do something meaningful there. Everything is too far. There is nothing but stars, planets and moons. No colonisation, no stations where you can trade or repair your ship. It's just to have a look for what Frontier put into this game. So I bought an ASP Explorer, put some very expensive modules into it and pimped the Frameshift Drive a bit. Unfortunately I forgot to install a cargoframe with two planet vehicles. You can re-fuel and repair the vehicles at stations only. But out there arn't any stations ... At the other hand there are neither pirates nor headhunters. You are simply alone. Lost in space ... Something for folks who love to play boring games. Or even play exciting games in a boring way. I hope to reach the center within the next three days. Because we are at vacation then for two weeks. For tonight I parked the ship - her name is "DA DUDE" - on an iceplanet: Very dusty as always on my journey meanwhile.