Helpful (as ever). These exercises are inherently difficult because of the different principles involved. 'Old' licensing is based on per unit cost within quantity ranges, eg if 10 copies, then $108 each (AVLA).
Whereas, a connections/ user oriented approach just shows the break points and a total, rather than per unit comparison, eg 10 users/ connections is $142.80 per head.
A key difference of course between the options is that via one plan you can get a precise licence count (7) whereas with another, you have to go in increments of 5. (Thus, if you really only wanted 7 then the per head cost is higher.)
Depending on where you are in the scale of copies wanted, the variations can be significant.
Would it be useful to add a notional, per head column in the FTL estimates? Or not? Is there a logical reason not to assign a 'cost per head' figure?
Feel free to create something like that if you would like.