I was tired of all the unsubstantiated claims and anecdotal evidence people use to claim that certain faction weapons are better than others. I spent the last few weeks carefully crafting the ultimate ttk simulator. Now it's 'ready' for a release, so I've put the necessary files up on my website. It creates heat maps that represent damage dealt per unit area. It can simulate over 120 weapons at any range between 1 and 1000 meters with three different firing modes (semi-auto, burst, and automatic), and calculates bullet drop and damage falloff due to range for TR and VS weapons. There are options for recoil compensation, stance, motion, and aiming setups, as well as a real time hit simulation. It's called DIRt, for the function it describes: Damage as a function of Input, Range, and time. One unfortunate thing about this program is that it was written in MATLAB, so if you don't have MATLAB it's rather troublesome to get running on your machine. I do provide some of the necessary tools on the webpage for those of you who are really seriously interested, but they'll only work if you have 64 bit windows 7 and are willing to download 198 MB files. If you DO have MATLAB the encrypted Pcode files are available and you can run them directly from MATLAB. I might release the source code later. It will depend on a number of things, like whether or not people would want it. http://www.andsimulation.com/ There is an included spreadsheet that is used for the calculations which can be updated manually (open office or microsoft office required). It was last updated a few weeks ago so some of the numbers will not reflect the latest tweaks (especially to the VS weapons and scout rifles). Updated spreadsheets will be made available on the website, OR you can update them yourself using this You can also see some examples of the program in action in this thread Someone suggested I add a place where people can make recommendations for other projects to work on. Because I don't currently have the HTML knowhow to set that up on the site, feel free to post suggestions here.