1) So many of the Allies' side pilots in this Forum want to change the "unbalanced" game by reducing Me262 via vulching their AF. So what's the problem with vulching?
2) I experienced JG4_Ammi's methods and he isn't vulching. Neither did he make his kills mostly in a Me262 but rather in a D9!
3) If you were a decent pilot, you'd make height before you head for the target. As many didn't, they fell pray to Ammi.
4) To win it is better to shoot down the bombers BEFORE they reach and bomb the target, not after they completed the task.
5) "Someone who won't fight", as you say, is someone, who is smart enough, to choose HIS CONDITIONS of the encounter rather than those of his opponents. I call this clever, but feel free to continue as a stupid player. The clever pilots survive, the dumb die. (Unfortunately I fall also into the second cathegory.)
As an allied turnfighter, you know that on low altitude you have the advantage. So why should LW then go low and accept your terms of the fight? By the way: I saw a lot of P51s and Tempests strolling around at 8-10k!