Lol, extremely simple to install a full featured game. The only thing that sucked was that there's a problem with the fsport audio, and of course this is definitely sounding like an unrelated problem to the installer.
Anyways sweet, now i can get people this game a lot easier
For reference i like it just the way it is. The ability to resume eeeehh, i don't care about that, good thing to go for, i mean i did like download a couple of gigs for the game. The dos windows is cool, yes it was scary at first because it brings up this console window and i'm like wtf is this? Then i was patient and the gui part came up. After that the dos window continually posting how far it got with what part of the download was cool as hell.
But, yeah, a wizard for beginner users would be recommended, same thing for the advanced portion as well.
If you could make it sort of like the fs2 installer...the part of it where you get to check and uncheck what you want installed, that would really make the installer go much faster, as opposed to confirmation question after confirmation question. Just check off what you want installed with everything the installer has to offer to install, then click download. Also perhaps another notion of making the installer create a directory for fs2 to be installed too along with the existing choose a folder to install to feature. With the installer i had to go into my games partition, make the fs2 folder, then make the installer choose that. That little side trip wasn't hard, but yet another thing that can confuse noobs (reminds me of when my friend installed his doom3 with the install directory as nothing more than "c:\"
). Or maybe the installer does let me create a folder and i just missed it
Anyway, it works perfectly as it is, since it is java, you probably could get rid of the dos window for a graphical representation of the download and installation progress (then again i know **** of java).