I've had these rules for over a year now. The book is superb, with lavish illustrations and photographs of authetic re-enactors. The rules themselves are very dense. I was originally going to use them for my 28mm Polish army, but that is not composed of the proper troop types to get going quickly (inevitably I chose to concentrate on winged hussars that do not feature in the army lists of the smaller games). When another PAW member purchased the rules at Salute this year, I decided to make a start on 15mm figures and I painted the Cossack set. I have yet to play a game, but they are there waiting for someone else to get the bug. I also have a Tartar set waiting to paint up. The figures have a lot of detail (challenging my painting skill in this scale) but the metal is very poor quality and they bend and break easily.