Ok! I am still trying to finalise my design for my N scale layout on a 4x8 plywood. I will be using Tomix fine track due to the lack of switch/crossing designs Kato uni track has. I've been trying to complex an running continuous loop and now two switching platforms. What I mean about continuous loop, the train will never pass on the same track twice. Until it is diverted back to the outside section by the way of an 15 degree electric double slip switch/crossing. I am planning to split the layout with a backboard in the layout, with 2/4ths of it will be yard/roundhouse platform. The top 1/4th being downtown/industrial switching. The remaining 1/4th is the loop with a double track interchange with two double (the program didn't have it listed I inserted a set of two switches connect the loop) crossovers. I've mention about my design when I first joined. Now I am trying to decide either choose the triple or quadruple loop. Yes I made it complex because I plan to have at least three or four trains running at one time. Yes my goal is to use DCC. Since the majority of my locomotives have DCC. I want a lot of action on a sizeable layout. Yes main scenery will be at the minimum unless I can cram some extra buildings and maybe a tree or two? So any thoughts?