Now here's a thing. It suddenly came to me that it would be a good idea to fight a Napoleonic battle on my Hexon terrain using the period variant of Bob Cordery's Memoir of Battle 19th century rules that I am currently working on. These are basically a tweaked version of both Bob's rules and elements of those contained in Command and Colours: Napoleonics.
So far so good.
Then I got to thinking that perhaps fighting the battle using the Hexon terrain and those very nice blocks that come with the game rather than my own would also be a good idea.
Again, so far, so good
I know of many gamers that have used 3d terrain and painted armies to try this approach so I am wondering if using the blocks and 3d terrain is a first! Of course the action will need to be Peninsula based but that is no problem - I have sufficient books in the library to provide a useful source of reference - as I could probably just use one of the scenarios with the game with a little improvisation.
I reckon that will be my Jubilee weekend game sorted out - the only problem will be whether I go for a historical refight or the old standby of a hypothetical bash.
One to ponder for the next few days methinks.