Now I have tried for the most part to keep MH370's news off ADX as obviously, the news is everywhere we turn. I do not want speculation to spread on here nor a debate. But with that said, the more information about Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah's flightsim set up comes to light, the more concerned I feel about this particular aspect of the investigation. As we know, Capt. Zaharie 's simulator was dissembled, taken to (a lab of some sort?) and recompiled with all data extracted. As Capt. Zaharie himself mentioned, he uses FS9 and FSX. According to today's news, simulator files were deleted from the hard drive and not immediately clear whether investigators thought that deleting the files was unusual. Evidently, the investigators want to check these "files" for any signs of unusual flight paths that could help explain where the missing plane went. What files could they be referring too? All I can think of are the flight plan files default FS9/FSX puts into the documents folder. I would imagine someone like Shah would use a much more advanced program for creating flight plans. Whether this is a true lead or grasping at straws is anyone's guess. But I am curious about what files they could be referring to... The last thing we need is for the public to start assuming home flight simulators are a dangerous tool. We had enough of that after 9/11. Full article in the source.