I only have two big(ish) issues with the rulespack.
1. I am having a lot of difficulty understanding the restrictions on cards. For example there are cards with the same name in several different 'books' of cards. An example would be Dummy Minefields which appears in a lot of 'Books' some the same nation and some different Nations. There seem to be quite a few of these and to add to the confusion there are cards with the same wording/effect but a different name e.g. Hail Mary (US) seems to be the same as Lucky (Brits & BOTH Soviets). How many of these cards can a Team of 6 players use (assuming they are using the right lists to make use of them). Some cards seem to REQUIRE you to pick more than one of the card - if you take a formation and wish to apply the card you MUST apply it to each unit. Other cards do not REQUIRE you to upgrade all of a Formation but clearly it is a bit odd not to, e.g. A Soviet Hero Rifle Battalion can upgrade one unit to a Guards Airborne Battalion, so you would have a Battalion HQ and one unit (Company) of normal army and one unit (Company) from the Guards Airborne - a very odd Battalion! I would prefer to see Formation cards limited to one such formation per team (like the other formations in the various books) and use the limited/not limited instructions as per the cards themselves (as amended by Lessons from the Front where applicable). It would make checking the army Lists a lot easier and we don't seem to have many volunteers for this job based upon last year. If not can we make it a lot clearer as to which cards you can have multiples of and perhaps say cards in different packs count as different cards?
2. The messing around with the sleeves as proposed is terribly impractical. I would prefer each team assign 2 lists with Attack, 2 with Manoeuvre and 2 with Defend WHEN THE LISTS ARE SUBMITTED. This is pretty much what we did under v3 and is so much simpler for everyone to follow. With sleeves it is only a matter of time before we have a messy problem because of a misunderstanding, I also suspect we are putting a lot of faith in the orgas getting the sleeves just right (and provide them in time.) Last year how many teams realised that the sleeves we used were provided by the England Captain as these were available before the orga's ones arrived. The year before that the orga's forgot to provide players army cards. I especially dislike not knowing which stance the opposition army has been given until after the draw is done - what if your oppos list is a bit ambiguous (for example)?