Hein: Fritzy who is that new general?
Fritz: Him? WhoCares...
But I'd consider myself more an adjutant, maybe an ambitious one who cares, no, dares to speak up among generals
RDF installations are still valid targets for medium raids, but if the primary purpose is to draw out the defenders it is not required to suppress an RDF site, and it might be disadvantagous to suppress all RDF stations in an area. This is only required in preparation of major attacks.
So you can save your lighter attack planes (Ju87, Me110) from such every-day sisyphean task.
Would also be okay to do continuous runs against one or two sites to keep them damaged or properly destroy them. Just make sure that the RAFs ability to respond is not impaired too much, as you want to shoot down fighters in those attacks.
If you then decide that the next major raids are staged through that area you expand your effort to the remaining RDF stations.
Another reason for the medium raids is to allow some units to rest, repair, replenish, recover, re... for the next big raids.
Could think about a "shift duty" for the forces. Think of dividing into two forces A and B, primarily use A in the "medium strike period", A & B in the preparation and execution of the major strikes, and then use B in the next "medium strike period". A full cycle would then be Rest - Major - Medium - Major - Rest. Will never be that ideal - might have to pull out and replace some (sub-)units in between. Maybe also in a way that active forces serve 2/3 of the missions a day while those scheduled for a rest period are limited to 1/3.
Not sure about the duration of such phases and would be dynamic anyway - sometimes could well be just a day, two or three, don't see them last a week...