It arrived in the mail today, and I briefly skimmed through it over lunch. First impressions are that it’s a fairly hefty tome, being thicker than most wargames rules booklets (about double the thickness of Rapid Fire, if you want to have a reference point). The first bit covers the rules and is lavishly illustrated with in game photos demonstrating the rule mechanisms in question. The layout of this is fairly unimaginative, with a single column of photos alongside the text, but it is refreshing to see these kind of illustrative photos in a wargames publication, where usually we should be happy if we get line drawings illustrating a few salient points here and there.
The rest of the book is made up of army lists covering one of the most wide selections of theaters and nations I have encountered so far in single volume WWII rules — they even include Belgians! Finally, at the end of the book there’s a few pages of manufacturers ads and a few references to web pages on WWII and its theatres of war. This is no less as what we would expect, considering the fact that the rules hail from a miniature wargaming directory site.
Well, that’s all I have been able to glean from the book so far, as duty called me away from it before long. I’ll put up a proper review of the rules after I’ve read the book, and after I’ve played a game with them.