Hopefully that agility on the Constellation is just a relativity thing. We didn't have anything close to it to really compare it to. I'm sure that will get tweaked a bunch since that ship is technically not considered flyable yet.
I was very impressed by the landing sequence. I was expecting just a loading screen. Adding in the custom landing sequence specifically for each port like that will be very cool. It keeps as much immersion as possible without letting people fly into and destroy the city manually lol...
The walk around planetside was stunning. I am very impressed they have it looking as nice as it does already even with all the placeholder stuff.
Cutlass commercial was cheesy but LOOKED cool at least. I'm not a massive fan of the Cutlass. I think it's possibly the ugliest ship in the game right now which could have a sort of charm for certain people. The variants for the Cutlass are a little underwhelming. They're just skins. I don't think there's much difference in each ship.
Lots of things were better about their live stream compared to previous streams including, starting on time for once. Glaring issues that have happened in every other live stream include things like, whoever is switching scenes during the commercial reveals needs to STOP SHOWING US THE CROWD while we're watching reveal videos... What are they thinking? NO ONE wants to see the crowd smack in the middle of a reveal video... Come on... Another huge issue, as usual, is the sound. I just do NOT get why they can't do decent sound. It doesn't even have to be top quality but make it at least listenable. What a nightmare the sound work was.
I was at the event in Boston and I saw the $25k worth of equipment they had upstairs for scene switching, streaming, sound mixing, etc... How the hell are they using all this equipment but don't have anyone that knows what type of microphone to use with or how to NOT use phantom power on mics that don't require it or vice versa? It sounded like Chris's mic needed phantom power and they did not provide it so they had no idea why it was so quiet and they cranked the gain and volume to make up for it. The result was nasty, nasty clipping and blowing our ear drums out every time Chris would yell. Chris, you don't have to yell man. You're wearing a microphone.