I often asked myself, why Japan - one of the most main warfaring nations of WW2 - is so badly represented with carrier based bombers in Warbirds. Have a look what they have: Aichi D3A VAL - cv-based divebomber, 430km/h speed, 250+50+50kg bombs Nakajima B5N - cv based level/torpbomber, 378 km/h, up to 800kg bomb The Aichi D3A was taken out of front service in 1943 and replaced by the Yokusuka D4Y - a far better cv-based dive bomber: Speed: 546kmh, 250+30+30 bombs, 2319 planes built. Also the B5N was taken from the front units in 1943 and replaced by the Nakajima B6N. Speed: 482 kmh, up to 800kg bomb, 1133 built. Now - wouldnt it be a good idea to try to add the better japanese carrier based planes. They played an important role during the japanese operations in WW2 and are simply not existent in Warbirds.