Australia would be a problem though, littered with smashed up Japanese planes, but still upright!
Maybe the 'Death of Ships' box art trend should be embraced by all just for the shock/horror/bad taste statement to generate controversy and perhaps spark interest outside of the model-building nerdy fraternity, ie:
There could be three different boxings of the same cruiser for Vincennes, Astoria and Quincy and one for Sydney, all getting the living daylights pounded out of them, and imagine the fine art-work of Zara and Fiume's "silvery-blue shapes in the darkness" meeting their fates based upon Cunningham's words:
"Our searchlights shone out with the first salvo and provided illumination for what was a ghastly site. Full in the beam I saw our six great projectiles (15") flying through the air. Five of the six hit a few feet below the level of the cruiser's upper deck and burst with flashes of brilliant flame."
Oh yes, very eye-catching. And why not Titanic arse-up and just about to break in two, from a life boat's perspective?
I don't mind at all, I have all the others (kits) for the box art alone. It's not what people expect so that makes it interesting.