If Jackboot Games is serious about showing the public at large that Festung Europa is supposedly a realistic game about Western front battles, then they have to treat their depiction of the subject matter seriously and not play it up as a another big orchestra / commercial parody. Which is almost, if not, all products about War tend to fall into.
Trailers like Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days (Especially about the multiplayer one) show how gun battles play out. Loud and Brutal. No glamour and No romanticism. I think im confident to say that those trailers accurratly depicts everyones experience in playing the Darkest Hour mod. "You're working together as a team. That means eyes and ears all the time, watching each others backs. Don't start getting any ideas because you're not smart enough for that."
I also would like to add that im against the idea of a scoreboard and defeat / victory / general music.