Well, genius, that would mean that bats similar to modern bats evolved at least 52 million years ago. Fits just fine within the nested hierarchy.How is it that the oldest bat fossil looks exactly - that's right, I said EXACTLY - like a modern bat?
One thousand fossil bats found, "dated" from 52 MYA (from just one museum alone in Germany).
Now explain why there are no bats in the nine tenths of the geological record BEFORE 52 million years ago (taking the Cambrian as the baseline).
Yes, these bats show up at least 70 million years AFTER the earliest placental mammals, and about 180 million years after the mammal-like reptiles.
As for your claim that there are no good intermediates for any modern creatures, its simply ridiculous, and you know it. Your gimmick is simple: "if its similar, it THE SAME and if its slightly different ITS JUST DIFFERENT", completely ignoring the easily observed progression in case after case. This silliness reaches its nadir with the arguments by baraminologists as to whether Adam was a Homo sapiens, heidelburgnsis, antecessor, or even erectus....there is no line, just a continuum.