Let's take a look at the overhead panel! "Hell yeah!", I hear you say. It is after all the nerve center of the aircraft. Nothing goes in the aircraft until you consult the overhead panel first.
The DC-9 is equipped with the Sperry SP-50 Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS), which is a gyroscopically controlled electromechanical system. The DC-9 is an old school aircraft and the autopilot installed in this aircraft is very much old school too. If you are used to flying with modern autopilots, you will find that this autopilot works a bit differently than the other autopilots you may be familiar with.
The DC-9 Classic comes with these 6 liveries in the release package:
Günter Steiner from the LINDA project is currently working on a LINDA module for the DC-9 Classic.
LINDA is an interface that sits between the aircraft and your hardware (joystick or other input device) and makes assigning swiches as simple as possible.
You can read more about the LINDA project at fs-linda.com.