It seems to me it is only in Modern wargames that casualties are vital to the game. No one worries how many Romans die for example in an ancient game. And that for e makes modern games very interesting (feel free to disagree) but not only are you trying to win the game but also do it without taking casualties.
This model was a BIG pain to finish. The kit went together well enough apart from me getting glue on the windows at every opportunity. But as it was over 10 years old (most of us have kits like that) the decals pretty mush disintegrated when applied or in one case just flaked off! Still whinge over, I painted on two of the crosses but had to leaf a few decals off. That does not bother me as it is for wargaming and not display. If you look closely you can see the two red crosses I had to paint so please don't look closely. I know my club members well enough to know they will be happy if/when it turns up.
Lovely work Clint. Good idea about using disposable wine glasses for flight stands - nice and cheap and who doesn't like that?As for scoring, you've got the chopper at 12 points and five crew/casualty figures at 2 points each (half points for prone/seated).giving you a total of 22 points. I'm going to add an extra point though for the wine glass.