Just for you, my dearest friend, here's the map of the current test game, in 1640:
As you can see, everybody's doing as fine as he can in the Americas, except for the French who have been kicked out of the St. Lawrence by the Swedes. The same Swedes took half of Ceylon, which they now share with the British. We'll have to keep an eye on those two!
In Europe, Portugal's daring move in Galicia, and internal religious troubles didn't help Spain repel the Turk invasion. Doesn't augur anything well for the Peninsula. Naples seems comfortable in Italy but the Austrians already have a foothold in the north.
But let's take a look at hard, cold facts:
The Spanish aren't even in the top 13! The Ottomans, on the contrary, with their perfect stability and badboy rating, must be really hungry.
We can only tremble for the Spaniards as we discover the army sheet. The superior manpower of the Great Turk will wipe the good resistance they've come up with this far.
A last one; witness the trade empire of the Turks!