With a few evenings of playtesting rules in the context of 1775 I was keen to try out the amendments in a scenario with troop types more "usual" to the War of Independence. Using broadly the same terrain I moved the trees around and swapped the troops for an order of battle based heavily on Hobkirk's Hill (April 1781).
This sees General Nathaneal Greene's two brigades of continental troops attacked by a mixed bag of loyalists and regulars under Lord Rawdon. The sides are well balanced to give a challenging game with a range of unit size and quality.
You can find a list of the latest amendments in the Bloodybacks 8 page on this blog.
Here are some photos of the action: