Thanks so much for the response.
I really enjoy this scenario. It's a very clever approach to the situation, and I really like it. Having played it from every angle, several times, I have begun to explore other possible ways of altering the scenario and outcome. One of those is to turn on all of the surface radars. That certainly restricts some of the US attacks from coming in without notice. When I watched Dr. Zaius' attack on You Tube, the one where he managed to catch all of the planes flat footed and still at their bases, you have a huge degree of success with the scenario. On another occasion, I attempted a coordinated attack firing the sub-launched TLAMs to arrive at the same time as the ship-launched TLAMs to guarantee the success of my attack, but learned that the time factor kicked in. NK went Hostile BEFORE my coordinated attack could actually make it there. So, this is a really good scenario.
WRT the TLAM attacks, and any attack in general, I was just wondering about the method that the program uses to determine what units were to be attacked, and by how much ordinance. I suppose that you could have made specific ship-by-ship, missile-by-missile, target-by-target, attack preparations, with each having its own mission, but that would take forever to do. I may attempt that in the near future, just to see how that works out.
Thanks again for a very unique approach, and perspective, into this very topical, and very interesting, situation.