Reinforcements deployed, mainly in NH, for a change. Bet the house on Boston seems to be a logical opening, but we'll let them take their chances.
@whovian223 (and possibly @Snotty128 and @Ids and other who are interested), I feel like I've had my £10-worth out of the game, but largely thanks to @js619 being an excellent opponent. There seem to be enough random people on MP to also give a reasonable supply of players.
The major, major, issue is not being able to set up a private game, but @js619 and I have worked around that by co-ordinating here. Once the game's live, there are rough edges but the core presentation, order flow and rules enforcement is actually done really well and the map and cards very clear and readable. It is quite a good-looking game.
For other games, I don't make notes but just rely on the short-term log and the board state, which is fine: you can have a general long-term plan but the specific board state can change very abruptly (@js619's and my last game was unusual in its slow pace and static lines). The AAR here is helpful as a supplement to the log, and therapy for rogue dice rolls.
Basically, if you know the base board game already or are confident you will, it's worth a punt. More players and we can do a round-Robin tournament
Edit: @js619, I forgot to compliment you upthread on your choice of single malt to accompany the game. One of my favourites, although I'm currently working through a bottle of Ledaig from Tobermory.