As of right now one of the absolute most annoying things I encounter when flying an NC Reaver is encountering a Liberator. Not only are things things armed to the teeth with the hyper-potent Tank-Buster nose cannon and the Walker on the tail, but even taking a proper interceptor tactic of attacking at the "weakpoint" that being the top side of the Liberator I've found to be a futile effort. The reasoning behind the perceived futility is a simple one, liberators can simply go "belly up" and apparently fire their payload at you with extreme precision. This not only is unrealistic, but is a bad mechanic that defies proper physics, where such a bottom heavy and cumbersome aircraft should have trouble performing tight maneuvers, let alone performing inverted flight. I think bad mechanics like this and those that exploit them should be punished, the absolute best way I can consider is to make it so a Liberator stalls or crashes exponentially faster when going Belly Up, or simply make the thing incapable of inverting.