Here's some screens from the new version 3:
Each photo will as before show you the speed, heading & altitude, in addition it gives the distance as well as time traveled so far from the origin, and how much is left to the destination. Because all these aircraft are still a ways from the states, it does not show the aircraft, but SA211 is an Airbus A340-600, SA203 is an Airbus A340-300, and GHA120 is a DC-10.
The yellow from Accra Kotoka to the plane is where it has been on the flight plan, and going out to New York is the current path it will take.
SA211 flew from Cape Town to Johannesburg, and then to Illoh Do Sal, on the Cape Verde Islands. From then, as you can see, it goes onto Atlanta. The yellow from Sal to the plane is where it has been on the flight plan, the yellow going to Atlanta is the path it will take.
I've flown on SA203 once, it departs Johannesburg, then goes to Dakar as a stop to get some fuel, and let passengers at Dakar get off, and new passengers can get on. It then goes onto New York. Again, you know how the flight path works in the yellow.