I thought I would have a shot at an AAR. Never done it before, so please be lenient! I thought Hofen for a first shot, as it's manageable and interesting and I've played it a lot. Doesn't mean I have an ounce of tactical finesse. I wondered whether posting would force me to pay more attention than I usually do....
I'm playing on 'standard' settings, ie; realistic orders delay, no buttons changed, as Axis.
This is my plan, such as it is;
The 751 into Hfn sth by 7 o'clock. Move orders (one to battalion, a second to the regiment), attack checked, no rest, quickest, shortest.
The 753 attack Monschau from the sth (same orders as above). I don't expect them to take it before sunrise, or even by end of Day 1, but I hope they effectively suck in the enemy and also block reinforcements to the Hfn ridge.
The 326 to probe Monschau from the Nth (to reinforce its attraction to the enemy). The 752 Regiment HQ similarly to approach Monschau.
My aim is actually to suck men and materiel into Monschau and take it only after the reinforcements (the II-753) arrive midday, day 2, using them to take it. This way I hope to have a bigger fight at Hfn and to eliminate more of the enemy than I have with other plans.
Meanwhile, the 752 battallion will go on avoidance/bypass to the woods to the back of Muntzenich. Once there I'll rest them for a night attack during night 1 on Muntzenich.
When the II-751 arrive during the night of Day 1 I'll send them to start the attack on Hfn nth. Ditto the smattering of armour, when it arrives.
By midday day 2 I would hope to have denied the enemy possession of all major objectives (kalterherburg excepted), and possibly have complete possession of hfn sth. When the II-753 arrives it will go to Monschau. During the afternoon I would hope to gain possession of Hfn nth also. Once Monschau falls I'll send units from there to Kalterherburg.
I should be in complete possession of two objectives by daybreak, and be occupying all the other three. I'll spend day 3 trying to clear the remaining objectives.
Here's how the first moves look;