As I stated I was playing a Russian force against a French force fielded by The Uncle with some German and Belgium allies.
The game played well and by the end of the first turn I had the movement rules sorted and picked up the combat and morale rules within a couple of rolls. Shooting works on a D20 system with melee using a D6.
I'm afraid I didn't really note what most of the force was so I won't go as in depth as usual with the battle report, but it was an enjoyable game which looked like I would take the victory at the end (we did have to stop before it was a definite victory for either side). My right flank was admittedly looking like it wouldn't hold for much longer, but my grenadiers had smashed their way through quite a large amount of his centre. And while my lancers had been forced back by his Cuirassiers (I may be wrong as to the classification of his cavalry), they left a path to some infantry who had time to reform to square and I would have been able to clear the path for my medium artillery. On the left flank we had similar amounts of infantry, but I had the advantage of being already formed up in line formation whilst The Uncle was still stuck in column and attack column. I'll put up a few shots and again I apologise for the lack of "normal" report.
I enjoyed the game a lot so hopefully at some stage I'll get another in and this time I'll take better notes instead of trusting myself to remember a whole mess of things I've just heard on the day ;)