Great to hear it's working!
I'm not sure about your comment about mouse control, though. When flying with mouse control, if you push the mouse forward the nose will go down. Flight control is achieved either with the mouse or keyboard depending on the mode you select. Or were you referring to steering the aircraft when taxiing?
You can easily check mouse flight control in the Connie: press F1 for mouse flight control and move the mouse while watching the control columns. You should be able to move the columns in both directions by moving the mouse. Note: you can adjust the sensitivities by pressing [ and following the prompts.
Anyway, it sounds like there aren't any major problems! By the way, there's a small change with the Connie. When you're using mouse flight control, the rudders work. Use the left and right arrow keys to operate the rudder. In external mode you'll see the rudders rotate and the aircraft will turn.
In the near future I'l have an update. It will fix a few minor issues, add some new features (including a new method for clickable panel controls in the Connie - didn't work in the release) and add some new maps. For example, for the train enthusiasts, one map will let you try out the rail track editor, and another the waypoints editor. Though I say it myself, the editor is quite neat!
By the way, when you're running any of the maps, there's a neat trick you can try: simply press key J and you will randomly Jump into another aircraft. This lets you watch the action from lots of different perspectives. When you jump into a Heinkel, Press F2 (to ensure you have mouse panning) and then RIGHT-SHIFT to enter the top gun position. See how many Spitfires you can shoot down!
A new aircraft is on the assembly line....
Anyone who watched Ice Pilots will recognise it!
All the best,
PS: I just released my Skybox utility. Crydev moved it to Misc, where hardly anyone will see it.viewtopic.php?f=311&t=82111