Having played the demo and enjoyed it, I agree that the graphics could be better but I think we have to remember this is a port from a small shop boardgame. I've followed the paper and dice version of the game with interest on the boards here but held off buying because I dreaded chart reading. I'll sacrifice the some bells and whistles to avoid having to consult charts and rolling dice!
I love the concept of a "campaign" wargame featuring the 1914-1918 airwar and can't wait to see if I can keep 23 Squadron alive during "Bloody April". Now if someone could just take the game engine of "12 O'Clock High, Bombing the Reich" and "shrink" it down to the Western Front circa 1917-1918, THAT would be cool! I always thought the scope of combat operations in 1917-1918 would be perfect for that type of game. Imagine ploting recon,offensive and barrage patrols and letting it play out over the trenches!