I see your point, and it was immersion breaking when I first landed on that cruiser, in 4 m/s wind, to be sliding around the deck as the ship rocked with the waves. It was only about a meter in either direction, though, and that being said it was still a ton of fun to put that UH-1H onto such a relatively small target while the ship rolled in front of me. Doing it at 9 m/s was also good. Above that, when I tried at 19 m/s it was substantially harder and I am not sure if it was the sliding on the deck or my own skills that ended in a failed attempt. Putting myself on that deck while maintaining a 50+ kts speed was very, very hard
I need to try this when the boat is pitching and rolling but in that kind of weather ... I tend to fail miserably at any skillful control of the helicopter.
I am fairly certain that I can gaze into my crystal ball and predict that this will be fixed by the time that the F-18/F-14/Carrier Operations become available, especially in weather that is within minimums. I would assume that module makers would take and fixes implemented carrier operations and make that fix to any other 'navy capable' aircraft.