Yes. The handle with the white wheel-shaped thing at the end is the landing gear control. On the right side of the center quadrant is the flaps selector, in the middle are the two engine thrust levers with the reverser handles attached to the forward edges. The grey-handled lever with the black rectangle in the middle on the left side is for the spoilers/speed brakes.
The 787 is the first of the Boeing models to have the gear handle in the middle of the center instrument panel. On all the others it's on the right edge, close to the co-pilot's left hand.
Two engines are fine by me, but I don't like riding on airplanes with one aisle! It will be pleasant to have a lower cabin altitude, too. The maximum pressure in the 787 can be higher than the aluminum airplanes, giving a cabin altitude around 6000 feet instead of 8500. and they have humidifiers so the air isn't as dry.
BTW, the parts are made in just about every industrialised country. If you go to Boeing's web-site there's a list of what's made where. Final assembly is in the US, in Everett, WA and in Charleston, SC.
Frank and Eileen
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