I did a search on this topic, but couldn't find anything related.
Here goes, I want to give a local HQ, say in France, some reserves. Now if I transfer tanks and inf units into it, the experience of that HQ goes down the drain, but it has the advantage that the subordinate unit it then gets reinforced doesn't loose much readiness. If, on the other hand, I keep the reserves in the general HQ, or OKW, then the local HQ doesn't loose experience, but the unit the reinforcements then gets looses much of its readiness.
So, either you loose exp. or you loose readiness...
My idea now is to make a "reserve unit", with no staff, but with some trains, horses for transport capacity, and is subordinate to the local HQ. This unit then gets the reinforcements for the expected counter attack. This way you'll loose no HQ experience, or unit readiness.
Hmm, anyone else tried this before? Or am I completely wrong here?