So, the voiceacting worked perfectly. Thank you, Tinman. No to my review - finally.
All in all the Campaign was very, very good as said here before. The characters and dialogues are worked out as lovely as we know from Homesick. That's what I love most in your campaigns, BR. The cuscenes were okay, too, but not so very special imo. The, erm, second one iirc where those GTA cruisers fight the Terran rebels was a bit too long in my eyes. But so much the better was the one were the Roc warps out letting the terran cruiser and its escort alone against the HoL. Generally, the mistrust between Terrans and Vasudans, their attitude agains each other and the political situation were presented in a brilliant way - even better than in the FS1 main campaign imo.
What I did not like so much was how the strategical situation changes from worst to good. That was a bit too fast for my liking. At the end of one mission the Hammer is only a stone's throw from total victory and at the end of the next one it's already in the defense. I don't understand anyway why the vasudans or terrans didn't send reinforcements earlier. One or two additional bomber missions would've been nice, too.
I remember one litte bug: In the second last mission I've been spotted as a spy after I accomplished the primary goals. But was able to proceed anyway.
Lust but not least: A word to the voice acting. Did I hear right that the Vasudans have all been spoken by only one person? The stresses were really strange in some points. E.g. "terraaans" or these long pauses before someone is addressed by name. But altogether it was okay.