@scarredface1017 I don't know as I don't use that mod.
@Suzerain001 Yes, those 3 needs to be removed.
@John_Wick_99 I didn't understood you installed both this and VisualV (outside of the grassfix and shaders), that explains why there were issues. Usually installing two (or more) graphic mods together can lead to issues.
Anyway, as for what's better or I'd recommend, it something subjective: VisualV is an improvement over the vanilla game, while VisualVanilla is a combination of vanilla/this mod + VisualV, which uses the improvements from VisualV as a base while remaining more closer to the original game style.
@John_Wick_99 For the first two points, I don't plan on adding those things (which can be easily used in combination anyway by downloading VisualV and installing those files).
As for your issue, can you post an image? From what you described, I believe it's one that happens with the vanilla game/timecycles, which is caused by the DoF or bloom (I don't remember exactly right now), but i'm not entirely sure.
@iammistahwolf I think that first checking/disabling any mod that affect that area would be a good start.
@iammistahwolf That's usually caused by missing textures. I checked with just Map Fixes and everything is fine, so it's most likely a conflict with (or caused entirely by) another mod.
@MatiMaassG I never used anything like that (online mod loaders and such), so I can't help.
@MatiMaassG The only reason for the sounds not being replaced are either the OpenIV.asi missing or the path to the archive being wrong (which needs to be "mods\x64\audio\sfx\SCRIPT.rpf").
@NOOB23 The mod doesn't add the interior there (which is located by "default" in the game, but disabled) but at La Mesa-
As for that issue, where it is exactly?