I'm confused by the REX product line.
I want something to improve my FSX textures and also give me some better weather engine capability than what comes with stock FSX so I bought REX Essential +Overdrive. If everything had have just worked fine that would probably have been the end of it, but I have ongoing issues getting water animation to work at all and as a result of the research I've been doing I'm now second guessing whether I've actually bought the right product in the first place.
The REX Essential product naming is confusing because it doesn't actually mention the fact that it's actually REX 3, which would obviously be information highly pertinant to potential new customers given the fact that various REX 4 products are also available.
Reading the published product info it seems as if REX 4 Texture Direct (with Soft Clouds) appears to be a the next version of REX Essential +Overdrive, with what seems like decent improvements all round, and it is also currently on sale for exactly the same price as REX Essential +Overdrive. From the information on the REX website it's not clear why anyone would want REX Essential +Overdrive (which is REX 3) instead of REX 4 Texture Direct (with Soft Clouds), especially not for the same price!
So am I right in thinking that REX 4 Texture Direct (with Soft Clouds) is a complete replacement of what we previously got with REX Essential +Overdrive?
Can anyone shed any light on this for me please?