It's been old school SYW on the reading shelf....
A classic if there every was one, and the book that sends wargamers off to find their high school geometry sets and then off to the lumber shop imagining reshaping insulation slabs into bastions, curtain walls and ravelins.
These two arrived in the mail this week (fast trans-Atlantic service from Cavalier Books - cheers lads), interrupted my Duffying-about . The copy of St Michel appears to be a black and white reprint of a colour original, but still an entertaining and thought provoking read. The Chiraz volume is in full colour splendour.
And then of course there was a new version of MacDuff to read through..
Meanwhile, the FIW/SYW regulars have rebased in groups of 4 ala Black Powder and given flags (mostly from Warflag and Project SYW for les Voluntaire Etrangers and Cambis).