From: Leeuwarden, Netherlands
I can't see the Western Front being represented properly without stacking.
That's my main problem with this game; no stacking.
In my book that's a definite no-no, it very much restrains your options, it limits your gameplay.
Why do you think stacking is so cool?
Not necessarily "cool", let me put it this way; I've played my share of wargames where you can't stack units, from the original "Panzer General", its sequels and its latest reincarnation "Panzer Corps" and the "Strategic Command" series, and so on. But once you get used to the option of stacking your units I find (and that's my opinion ofcourse) hard to go back. Doesn't make these games worse, the SC series by Battlefront, are great games. No doubt about that. But to my mind stacking feels more "natural". WitE, TOAW, ATG all allow stacking, and they happen to be my favorites too. I've certainly looked at ToF, and it has everything I like in a game such as production, politics, events and a broad scope of scenarios. It adds a huge "what-if" factor, sacrificing historicity at the same time which is okay with me.
So in short, stacking to me feels more fluid and natural.