Let's say the Mosquitos fly at a high altitude, where they perform well, until they get above the target and then they quickly dive. That's going to be tough for the Germans to stop in 43/44 without jet fighters. How much damage would a singe Mosquito hit cause? Well with around 4000 lb explosive load, the kinetic damage of the airframe and engines, etc, and any fuel in the tanks....that's a potent strike. And I'm thiniking you could have accuracy comparable to modern laser-guided munitions, so you could choose the part of the factory to target. I suppose some types of factories would be more suitable targets than others, and maybe targets other than factories even better. But keep in mind, the alternative strategy is a large B17 raid with hundreds of casualities and maybe a small number of 500lb bombs within the factory footprint. The mosquito kamikaze force doesn't have to be perfect...just better than mass, daylight b17 raids, which had a lot of drawbacks themselves. The Shellhus raid certainly demonstrated impressive accuracy with normal tactics, but also lost 4 mosquitos and 2 mustangs. What if instead two kamikaze mosquitos had been sent. If at least one hits, you likely have just as much damage on the target (and you don't hit the catholic school.) Isn't losing two mosquitos better than losing four?