While at the Aero last weekend, I bought some new charts that I'll need while flying to the Swedish flyin in June.
I decided (against my better judgement!) to get the Jepp VFR/GPS charts.
I see that they have adopted the new Euro Control style for charts, which I understand both the Germans and Dutch ICAO charts have also adopted for 2010.
My inital reaction to them is that they are pure awful. The depiction seems very similar for everything, and different classes of airspace is hard to decifer quickly. They seem to make a big distinction between a class D ctr and a class D CTA, which from a practical point of view have no difference (other than I think for mode S requirements in Germany), while making very little distinction between a class A CTA and class C/D CTA which have a huge parctical difference.
Out of curiousity, how have these changes gone down in other countries? Has the change been welcomed or not?