Couple of questions on the FAC/FSV though: 1) if the missile canisters are angled outwards so that the exhaust vents between the hulls, shouldn't the faces of the missile tubes be visible from the side? 2) I assume you don't have specific stealth requirements for this design? The hull lines could allow it, but the bridges and the aft end of the FAC'S main deck tell a different story.
1) Yes you're probably right, I didn't actually think of that/notice it until after I posted. My initial thought was to have the missiles fire straight ahead but that would probably be unnecessarily risky. Also the exhaust gases I referred to in my last post was actually the from the ship itself not the missiles - poor phrasing on my part. 2) No specific stealth requirements, no. I wanted it to be fairly clean looking and with a lower signature, but stealth wasn't a driving force behind the design. A stealthier variant could probably be developed relatively easily from it though.
Oh, and since this seems to be a bit unclear, "standard missile canisters" or "Standard missile" canisters?
Yes that was poor wording sorry. My thinking behind it was for basic AShM missile launch canisters (in this case for the AU Sea Hawk missile as seen in the drawing) to be fitted beneath a stealthy covering. While there is no reason why SM-2 Standard missiles couldn't be used, that was not my intention when drawing it.