Well the issue, there is no date so we really have no idea what SCS is targeting. Your speculating just like the rest of us my friend. Sure the records indicate SCS does early releases but we can't have a bad Idaho release just to make an early release. The harm is greater than just pushing it a week or too if need be. I hate to tell you my friend, but it could slip to week 2 or 3. Just like everyone thought I was crazy for Idaho coming 1.38 instead of under 1.37, you really don't know what could happen. Sometimes patterns are predictable and sometimes they aren't. But one thing we are sure of, is that Idaho is on the horizon and should drop within the next 2 week. Next week is a possibility but so is the following week. If you want my gut feeling.....25% chance Idaho drops next week. 50% chance it drops the second week of July and 25% chance it drops week 3.
I think by the end of the week, we can see how the bug reports are going and what's getting fixed. The critical things are obviously priority. The things that are not game changes shouldn't have too much of an affect on Idaho itself.
@Sora To do a ST, the prefab has to not only be large enough but it can't be overly complicated for the casual driver so Tidbit is out. If they showed a silo/box on the blog, my guess is a farm. The green boiler goes to Grangeville as it fits ID-55/US-95 and the mobile house goes to Nampa. That leaves the silo and the box to Challis. Looking at the landscaping in the blog, it fits Google Maps. But farmland is all I really see in Challis. Challis definitely isn't world famous to my knowledge. It could be Tonopah or Pioche in nature. Also small towns that just so happened to get mapped.
Have you actually zoomed in to compare Grangeville, Price, or Vernal to Challis. Challis is much smaller as in half the size. Without all the green farmland around, Challis is easily missed on the map. So I'd say its near Salmon too, lol.
Why would we take anything to a forest? That doesn't make sense. I doubt we haul ST loads to the forest. To uneven of a terrain and nasty curves. We haven't made one ST load to a forest yet. "the" in the blog could very well be a typo. Its not the first time they included a typo in the blogs.