Can I ask how many points that is???
A little over 8000, though the largest force my son can field is 5000 (he has 3 different faction forces and I only have one, though much larger and more diverse).
One area your lacking in is anti-soft. Most people would recommend a sabretooth or a vaquisher. I perfer the Starhawk V and the Dingo for terrains. The five as well as the dingo are versitial. Their GGCs can hurt both hard and soft targets and they are both cheap (254 for the five and 178 for the dingo). You'll want to pair them an EW model to make sure they have enough punch to deal with heavy armor. I like the Raptor for spotting (Talon for defensive and back-up EST). The last errata update (1.2) made the Raptor usable. Not only do they make good spotters but they also have AA to give gunships headaches.
OK, not to sound ignorant, but I am still somewhat new to the game. What is an EW model (electronics warfare???) and what do you mean by spotting?
I wish I could play with someone who knows how to play. Figuring out all the rules and how to apply them by yourself sucks.
You could use some AA capability. The easiest solution for this are Raptors and/or Dingos, which can also be used in other roles as needed. Also, it wouldn't hurt to boost your infantry a bit (at least one blister of Armored Infantry and/or two blisters of regular infantry).
What is your play-style; aggressive, conservative, offensive, or defensive? (Maneuvre, Sniping, Short-range, Assault, etc.)
That is a good question. I've been trying different styles and task force configurations with almost every game. I guess I am somewhat aggressive. Last game; however, I fielded my new Thunderhawk for the first time. I essentially used my heavy armor sections as a shield to keep the emperor and dictators away from my thunderbird and then used it to beat them up from afar. Once they were beat up pretty good my heavy armor waded in and mopped up.
I'm not very comfortable with infantry yet. I don't think I am using them right. I also haven't seen a lot of advantage in the aircraft. They seem to get wiped out pretty fast and don't do much for damage. Again, I think I may be using them wrong.
One of the reasons I don't have a lot of soft killers is that my son (being 10) REALLY likes CAVs so his forces tend to be hard target heavy.