Thanks ;-D So refitting does not speed up replacements but just gives priority to certain units?
Not sure I've understood right but I think that refitting units get first hit at a % of replacements. So if you have only a few (how long is a piece of string?) refitting, they will flesh out relatively quickly. SUs attached to HQs get second hit, then the majority of replacements go to all the rest. Refit, then, is just a way to prioritise replacements from a limited pool, for a few units. As No Idea says, if you put all on refit, you aren't prioritising anything.
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