I don't ask for altitude restrictions but back to the discussion: if you get to choose your ammo type, shouldn't that decision be based on what target you have in mind? If naval targets can't be chosen why should you gamble that you have chosen the correct loadout?
Of course I can’t say for sure what target it will be, but I can predict that certain types of targets won’t be within the range next turn while some others are most probably will be there. Unescorted BBs are pretty rare case actually, in the areas where I do not expect them, I can switch the bombers to attack with bombs, and in the areas where enemy fleet is active I can leave them with torpedoes.
I want to choose not just that or another type of ordnance (notice I’m not advocating an option to choose between the bomb types), I want to be able to choose method of naval attack. It doesn’t seem right when my best bomber pilots die like flies in desperate attempt to put torpedo into a small AP unloading in heavily defended port, if there was a chance to change their loadouts to bombs, the whole situation could be a bit different, Betties could try to get this not so important target from flak-safe altitude, non-important target – safer method of attack, conclusion on what target can be within the range most probably, should be based upon your intel and common sense.
When I’ll decide that more important targets, worth of a torpedo run, can be within the range, I’ll change loadout back to torpedoes. I can make right decision one time and I can make serious mistake next time, besides the fortune of war it depends on my ability to read the map of war.