I would like to emphasis the fact that the subordinate clause happened before the main clause with the "J'aurais aimé" construction to say "I wished you had done that". According to the concordance des temps I should be able to use the past subjunctive as the action occurs before the main clause. I Googled "j'aurais bien aimé que tu aies fait" and only 2 results came up. Surely there would be more results if this construction was used. Can anyone tell me why the past subjunctive seems to be avoided? Does French simply put the main clause in the past to show that the sub clause happeneed in the past without any notion of anteriority? So "j'aurais bien aimé que tu fasses" can mean "I wish you did/I wished you had done".