I take it Cthdr is "colored To Hit die roll"? If there is too much non-standard lingo, it will be less useful.
Minor point, but this is not technically a "Cheat" card. It's a player aid, info card or possibly a tracking card since there are boxes that can be blacked out to monitor usage. A cheat card could refer to a game component that permits the player to circumvent a rule (EX: http://forums.sjgames.com/showthread.php?t=75514) or a "crib sheet" as used by students seeking an advantage on a written exam (EX: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheat_sheet)
I find the value of exercises such as this not so much the availability of a quick reference but what is learned doing the research to compile it. Putting it out for others to use and examine helps to find flaws, additions and oversights the researcher may have overlooked.
Way bitd I worked up charts for Assault Fire, Spraying Fire and combined Assault/Spraying Fire which, IIRC, I made available at one of the early Oktoberfests. Once again what was learned from doing the project outweighed the value of the charts themselves. Truth be told I dont think I ever used the charts once they were finished.
Put a space between "th" and "drm"; and space between "C" and "thdr.
Just proofing a bit for a handy chart that I am sure will see usage.
If room, may I suggest adding mention of the limitations of PF usage by Axis Minors?
'~AFV' does not mean 'not an AFV' . Most accurate would be red circle with a line through it over AFV. However 'AFV' with strikethrough would be fine. "+1 not AFV" should fit if you reduce the font size