I have mentioned before in reply to your comments on Wildcat and your obvious lack of knowledge of the type.Which was one of the most stupid decisions since buying Merlin against best advice in the first place.
We could have replaced the entire mess of Wildcat and Merlin with a single fleet of SH-60's, doubling the number of real ASW helicopters at a stroke - and doubling the number of surface attack helicopters, all for for less money than fiddling with Merlin, (its still broke), and bringing into service the too small to do much and entirely new, (so spare us the claims SH-60 would have meant bringing in to service a new type), Wildcat.
No ones buying Merlin, (eye wateringly expensive and unreliable) no ones buying Wildcat, (eye wateringly expensive and too small), meanwhile, NH-90 and SH-60 are selling by the hundreds - guess why?
I can only comment on certain areas - mostly with regards to its sensor fit. It is light years ahead of the fit on the SH-60 - as its radar is the close relative of that on the Crowsnest the capabilities of that should be mind-blowing. If you had access to documentation relating to the trials of the type you would be complaining about a number of matters relating to the Wildcats capabilities (which you have not raised) but singing its praises in a large number of others.
If I were the OC of a frigate with one of them on board I would be very happy of its presence.