Since getting no response from my previous post, I spent a couple of hours searching the web for reviews and AARs for this game, and I was surprised by the overwhelming positive reactions of some of the reviewers, including some I respect like Singleton Mosley (actually his AAR was of the previous version of this game - Kharkov).
One thing that is not obvious from the publicity is an interesting innovation: each scenario has a number of moves (say ten), but each move is broken down into a series of real-time 3-D battles, so on the next move, you have to deal with whatever happened on the previous move.This is different than say Combat Mission, where each scenario is ONE continuous IGOWEGO series of moves until the end.
To come back to reviewers, a fair number of them consider this game the best WW2 tactical game, which is not the impression I got from the lack of information on this forum.
I still don't understand why this site has no AARs which for me are the best selling-point for any game. At least someone other than me should post links to some of the best AARs on other sites.