I used to fly a considerable amount in the Grenadines (IRL) and am stuck with a rig that runs FS9 well enough but can't deal with FSX's excesses, so yes, there are some frustrated FS9 users out there (probably more than a few). Since I can no longer afford to update a computer just for a flight simulation program (not to mention the heartache of losing some older addons I still love) I also have to do without a favourite flying playground from my past.
I suppose I still have the movies I made (45-degree final at Canefield - to the numbers!) and turning the aircraft at the "top" of the Mustique runway for departure, or flying past the crane situated on the centreline on short finals at Canouan when the runway extension was starting (1998), plus several other good memories of unconventional approaches at Union Island and Bequia "beckwee" (based out of George Charles). But yes, I'd love to fly those again, for "almost" real (in FS9 and
FSX there'd be none of the vicious downdrafts from the terrain in the 30-35kt easterly trade winds and none of the serious turbulence from the passage of those winds over 4000ft peaks, and none of the semi-permanent orographic cloud that sits on most of the peaks for most of the year).
How about, instead of criticising me for sticking with FS9, a $10 donation towards a new rig just so I can run "Grenadines". If I get enough sniping, maybe I can get a decent fund going!
No? Okay, I'll stick with my hope for now.