At Moab this year I played in two demo games.
The first was a refight of the Battle of Sacile 1809 between the French dominated 'Army of Italy' and an Austrian army under the command of Archduke John. We played using FoG:N rules.
Deployment was as per the actual historical battle, and the scenario was straight out of the FoG:N rule book. Victory for the French required the Austrians being "Driven from the field", (which was always going to be tough).
Our plan was to pin the enemy in the centre and attempt to envelope both flanks, (well at least attack from our left)
The terrain was not very favourable for an attack, and my greatest concern as commander of the French was that the isolated 4th Division of Barbou would be singled out for some real punishment.
I say isolated as a river separated the 4th Division from the two French divisions on its left, and bad terrain on its right complicated any assistance coming from that direction.
As it turned out my worse fears were realised.
The Austrians were able to delay and stall any attempt at an advance on our left, and the terrain provided a real encumbent to an advance on the right. I should probably sat defensively in the centre, but the mission brief didn't allow for such caution and the central division was hammered by a combined arms assault that saw it destroyed.
BELOW: 3rd Division prepares for battle.
BELOW: The French Light Cavalry Division. They saw no action.
BELOW: 2nd Divison and the Light Cavalry Division are left to wonder what might have been.
The game was played to a conclusion in about 7 hours and I think everyone agreed the rules work well.