But since then I converted to be a Sixth Sense worshiper, it's way more useful than I thought. As long as you take care not to be exactly where the enemy is aiming, 3 seconds should be long enough to at least start moving to cover.
The question I have now is, is Eagle Eye going to be as surprisingly useful as Sixth Sense was? It has a really long delay before you see anything, and if I understand it correctly, you need to be aiming at the enemy with no interruptions for 5 seconds...by which time almost any gun you're mounting could have fired for a certain hit, or the enemy could have covered a great deal of ground. Doesn't seem to offer much in the majority of situations.
I have two commanders with their third skill lined up, just have to decide what to put there (other two skills are BiA and Sixth Sense, usually). Any Eagle Eye users out there who can share their opinions?
EDIT: I do try to aim for critical areas - fuel tanks, drivers, ammo racks, engines, as much as possible (and radiomen of course ). But I'm not sure if knowing that I hit the module/crewmember after the fact would help me much.
Edited by TheFishlord, Feb 11 2013 - 07:35.