Finally got a chance to play through, and I loved it. Your storytelling abilities are as good as ever, Vidmaster.
It's definitely a worthy successor to the first two, and as always, the way you managed to tie the Hunters into the canon storyline was just awesome.
What hit me most was the way that all three chapters of the story
ended on a bitter note, with the team surrounded by death (first the Centauri massacre, then being overwhelmed by the Shadows, and finally with the remnants of their friends floating nearby). It was also really cool that the deaths of Spark and the Harvester were so gut-wrenching and powerful, even in a story whose three most memorable characters were probably the pilots.
I really didn't have too much trouble in the way of bugs. There were only two issues I noticed, and neither was that major...
1) I had to replay the Charlemagne mission a few times, and about half the time the Hector never started moving along its waypoint path. It seemed kinda random whether it did or not, but I think the time it took me to leave its docking bay may have been a factor. It might be better to have the ship sit still for a few more seconds at the start.
2) In the mission where you attack the Planet Killer--I forget the canon name of the battle--you're given a Nial to fly, but the ship selection screen allows you to fly pretty much any fighter from any race in the game. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that Drakh, Vorlon, and Shadow fighters wouldn't be realistic options in that mission... but I vote that you leave this as is, because it's a really fun mission for testing all sorts of different fighters. Carving stuff up with the Vorlon lightning beam was especially satisfying.
On the whole... it'll take a lot for any TBP campaign to surpass the Fortune Hunters trilogy in my book. Honestly these are up there with some of the best FS2 campaigns I've played, and it's sad to know that there won't be another... but at least we got some closure. I really appreciate the effort you put into this, Vid--it was totally worth it.