As for points cost, I was thinking of this the otherday... How about,
Finding the actually cost in RM and Â£ of the actually unit cost and finding the exchange rate, points would therefore be a new currency. For example a 109 cost around 42,900.00 RM and a spit cost around Â£13,000.00. These are comparible aircraft... In 1940 one Pound is 5.00RM, to the US dollar its 4.10RM.
So a 109 costs 43k RM which is Â£8,600
a spit costs Â£13,000 pounds which is 65,000 RM
So you could either create a points currency, (our Porsche could do this) or you use one currencys value based on these conversion factors... Say use RM's devided by 1000, so a 109 would cost 43 points and a spit would cost 65 points. Now these are rough estimates and we dont know which model these are but bare with me.
The benifit of using this system would be, how much does a ship cost? To the layman its unfathemable but if we use this system we can have a good estimate and it also would factor in the industrial, supply, materails cost etc etc of the various nations.....
Things like for example a mine sweeper made from a converted trawler would be cheaper because it was already built and then modified...
I would be willing to investigate the prices of various articles for a SEOW in cliffs...
Planes German All:
British Planes All e/tigermoth:
1 Hvy for each side
1 Lgt for each side