> The Autopilot menu change does make sense (although there may possibly be a 
> case for keeping such a flight-critical menu rapidly accessed at the top 
> level?)

I don't see this need. When I'm in a hurry, I use my left hand to enter a 
keyboard shortcut, rather than taking my right hand off the most critical 
flight controls to grab the mouse and navigate to/through a menu. 

> the control key is usually one of the easiest modifiers to find on a keyboard
Mhh.. personally, I'd slightly prefer the shift key over the control key for 
the most important two-key-shortcuts. Using one hand (remember, the other hand 
is on the stick;), shift enables a slightly larger range than control: I can 
somewhat easily type shift+5, whereas control+5 becomes a little difficult.


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