Summary: I purchased 3 Saitek Panels; Pro Flight Multi Panel; Switch Panel; and the Radio Panel. They work really well for default aircraft and many payware aircraft add-ons. However, for the more complex aircraft like the PMDG 737, 777 and the Majestic Dash 8 many of the switches and Autopilot functions will not work. For these complex add-ons much of the functionality will not work due to the way those aircraft are programmed overriding many of the FSX commands.
Summary: Arrived on time, set up very easily and does exactly what it is advertised to do. I run Win 7 64bit and many third party simaircraft installed in FSX and many don't follow the same conventions as the Microsoft simulator, fortunately the panel adjusts itself to each particular aircraft. A little pricey but adds to the hobby. I recommend it.
Summary: The pro radio panel does not work out of the box on x-plane 10. It needs some drivers installed from the x-plane.org All in all it took me a little less than an hour to figure it out. Now it works as advertised. However the lack of factory supplied drivers is just lazy.
Summary: This is another great sim product from Saitek. These really compelted my flight sim setup and add realism. I love the fact that they stack together really well. They are a bit intimidating to get used to at first, as they are not an exact replica of the Bendix-King units in most Cessnas, but after about 5 minutes of flying, you get the hand of where the knobs are.
I highly recommend this product for both X-plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator
Michael Greenstein, Amazon
15 December 2013
Summary: The product performs just as if I were piloting a real aircraft. You must get used to the knobs though. The readout does not change immediately. There is some lag, not much. It sure beats playing with the mouse and trying to adjust things while climbing and turning; that seems to be the time ATC breaks in to advise changes.I have both Microsoft Flight Sim. and X-plane Flight Sim on my computer and the radio panel works great with both.
Summary: I am using the Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel with the X-Plane Flight Simulator. In order to get the panel to work with my simulator it was necessary that I download a patch from X-Plane.org to make the panel functional. Even with the patch there is need to use switches during start up of X-Plane in order for the panel to be recognized by the simulator program. However, the panel works very well once the simulator turns on.