Obviously getting off topic, but I think the majority of people dont buy it to 'have all the cars' or whatever racing game equivalent is. They buy it to literally simulate what they are flying, or are training to fly. My friend does exactly this for his single engines.Jesus, I thought you were joking. That's almost as expensive as buying 1/3 share into an ultra light in Vancouver. Of course that's assuming you already have a license.
Plus, whats the 'average' cost to get a licence...Plus flight time costs of fuel and maitenance... A few hundred on DLC's is nothing relative to actually owning and flying a plane, and simulators today really are flying a plane (without all the costs and risks)