So it seems that CH is taking it's ATS series and its ASL-Comp series into several interesting directions, some of which interest me, others of which do not. What's the peanut gallery's opinion of each of these?
1) Civil War ATS - not of interest to me, but it seems hard to go wrong with this subject.
2) World War I ASL-Comp - I don't know if an ATS version will follow, but it should be easy enough to do. The traditional WWI battlefield doesn't interest me much, but I might be intrigued by something exploring the development of Stormtroop Tactics (see the book by Bruce Gudmundsson)
3) Vietnam ATS - this is the one about which I'm actually excited - it has great potential but it can also get entangled in emotions (e.g. in the same fashion Finns were made into Supermen in Mannerheim's Cross)
4) Algerian War ATS - Similar to the Vietnam direction, this could be really interesting depending upon how it's developed.
Frankly, once they're into Vietnam, the rest of the late 20th century conflicts become possible with the only issue being map and counter development.