The DVIIF is the only plane that can keep up with spad and se5. Taking it out would mean give the advantage to allied side. That simple.
Certainly not. Not on Fast Food, where it's all about crazy dogfights right at your spawn zones. The SPAD and S.E.5a are only technically superior (and then just barely) on missions where diving away to friendlies or flak is an option. And even then, that only works if you have a tactical advantage (I.E. you have more numbers than they do, or they aren't as skilled of pilots as you are, or they can't shoot worth beans).
On Fast Food, where you're in a dogfight seconds after spawning, the Fokker D.VIIF is effectively absolutely superior to all Entente aircraft except for the Sopwith Camel and Sopwith Pup. And the D.VIIF has a fair chance against the Pup if the former is flown right. Only the Camel is its bane.
And giving the allied side the camel as compensation for the DVIIF is just stupid.
Yep. If you're gonna give the Allies the Sopwith Camel, then you need to give the Germans the Fokker Dr.I to balance it out. I wasn't suggesting that the Camel is a fair match for the D.VIIF; it isn't. Camel is to D.VIIF what D.VIIF is to SPAD XIII and S.E.5a, more or less: technically, the faster airplane is superior, but in an actual fight, it doesn't work that way.
And that brings me to my next point: you sound like you're trying to have your cake and eat it as well. You claim that it's fair to include the Fokker D.VIIF because it's slower than the SPAD XIII, but then you claim that it isn't fair to include the Sopwith Camel even though it's slower than the Fokker D.VIIF? What?
The relationship of Sopwith Camel to Fokker D.VIIF is very similar to that between Fokker D.VIIF to SPAD XIII. The Sopwith Camel does pretty much everything better than the Fokker D.VIIF except for climb and speed. So while that makes the D.VIIF a technically superior fighter, because it can refuse to engage, that's all it can effectively do against the Sopwith Camel on even terms.
That same statement applies if you replace "Sopwith Camel" with "Fokker D.VIIF," "Fokker D.VIIF" with "SPAD XIII," and "climb" with "dive." So: the Fokker D.VIIF does pretty much everything better than the SPAD XIII except for climb and speed. So while that makes the SPAD XIII a technically superior fighter, because it can refuse to engage, that's all it can effectively do against the Fokker D.VIIF on even terms.
So you dismiss me when I cry about the SPAD XIII being raped by the Fokker D.VIIF, but then you turn around and cry about Fokker D.VIIF being raped by the Sopwith Camel. Why do you do this? I will answer: because the Fokker D.VIIF is a German airplane. I wish you'd be more objective, Winger. You're a damn good pilot and the most lethal gunner I've met, and you could add a lot to the knowledge pool of aircraft comparison. But you let nationalism get in the way.