I second this, although what I'd really like to see is the Ship/Fighter-Exclusive traits (mainly because I've kinda gotten too attached to the idea of a weapon that is death incarnate to fighters but is only moderately effective, if that, to ships).
Regarding flotillas (one of the things I really really want alongside IncImpact....):
I worked out that a new method of construction for Flotillas is required rather than my preferred 'slot SAE construction rules into SUE' because the SAE rules creates...interesting numbers when generating a true-to-the-formulae conversion from the SAE construction rules to the SUE construction rules:
Flotilla In SUE
Engine Factor: 3 (2.25)
Shield Factor: 6 (5.5)
This means that, in theory, a flotilla with nothing but engines would be slower than a hull-1 vessel with nothing but engines (engine-20 to engine-25, IICC). Dropping the EF to 2 would give the speed advantage back to the flotilla unit.
Defensively, the flotilla gains more from the hull-1 vessel compared to the SAE version: a hull-1 vessel had to give up a quarter of the space for some form of defence, while the flotilla had to give up three-eighths. Now, both are less than a tenth, but whereas the SUE hull-1 can get almost 3x the defensive value of a SAE hull-1 vessel [worked out by dividing (SAE ShF/SAE SU) by (SUE ShF/SUE SU)], the hypothetical SUE flotilla unit gets 3.875x the defensive value.
I'd suggest bumping the SF up to 7, where it still has an advantage but not nearly as much. Or, maybe, go for:
Engine Factor: 2
Shield Factor: 8
Bumping the SUs to 64 makes it 'look' nicer as a number, as well as being half a hull-1 vessel. EF being 2 gives them a slight speed advantage over hull-1, while SF being 8 makes it much closer to the hull-1's defensive value. And, for me at least, a 64/2/8 looks nicer.
Of course, there may already be flotilla rules in the works, and they may (indeed, quite likely do) look nothing like this, but that's my thoughts on the matter (once I actually started thinking about them instead of off-handedly musing about them)