Having played a few scenarios, the following questions/issues have come up: 1) Counters: what does the "1/" in front of the combat factor signify? 2) Counters: why is light spelled "lite"? 3) Are road hexes that have woods in them treated as woods for combat purposes? 4) "R" spaces at the bottom of the Monongahela map are not referenced in the rulebook. 5) Is the French leader considered a unit for purposes of victory conditions in the Braddock’s Defeat scenario? 6) What are the camp hexes referenced in the victory conditions for the Battle of Lake George, and when it says they are considered units for losses does that mean if the British enter the hexes? 7) Battle of Sideling Hill: no hexes are marked B, F or R for unit placement. 8) Battle of Fort William Henry: no hexes are marked with an underlined F. 9) Does reference to optional retreat rules just means the last paragraph of the retreat rules? Thanks in advance for answering these!