I tried Neofly yesterday and it was a lot of fun. FSEeconomy had started to get to be work - ferrying passengers in my DA62, setting autopilot, accelerating time, etc. It was definitely a breath of fresh air flying short missions in a steam gauge 152, navigating by real world landmarks, real time, etc. It’s free and although not well documented, easy enough to figure out.
It also pairs nicely with the mobile companion app, which is excellent, and allows you to compare what’s out your window with what’s on the map.
I’ve gotten really used to using two screens. One of the things MSFS gets very right is the excellent multi screen support. I’m a little worried that I’ll have trouble making the jump to VR when my G2 arrives (I guess it’s a mixed blessing that it won’t be any time soon).
Onair claims to have fixed the bug with its tutorial, so I may give that a shot again later. It’d have been nice if there was a little more game built in, but the online community has stepped up admirably.