This is a very good start, with lots of excellent graphics to assist in the examples.
I would add a couple of things:
1) How to select a scenario
2) a brief description of the map (i.e. what is a port, what is a fortress, what do the money and manpower land values mean and where do I find this information, where are capitals, and maybe why each of these features is important. i.e. capitals required to collect tax (this might also go in stratagy).
3) That free-state forces can be added to any location controlled by the major power.
4) Fleets can be added to any controlled port or sea area on the map
5) the game uses "OK", while you use Okay, so maybe change your text to match the game buttons
6) A comment on the different game options, and that it is best to start with the default settings.
7) Maybe a section on what the the buttons on the main screen mean, and how the game operates by pop-up menus
Likely you can make reinforcement very similar to your set up section. Some comments on the reinforcement section.
Section C. Cavalry can be added to a garrison, if necessary, but cease to be cavalry and become infantry instead (there's a comment in the rule book about this).
Section F. Only some minor free states must be added during set up. Others will be added later during reinforcement in response to a DOW. On intial set-up free states may be placed in any territory controlled by the minor power (or for fleets in any port controlled by the major power or any sea area). For placement during a reinforcement phase in response to a DOW the forces can be only placed in the minor country itself (or minor conquored states, i.e. Norway in the case of Denmark), or in the case of fleets, in sea areas adjacent to the minor country.
You might also consider an advanced section, in which you explain how to add the alternate (and popular) soapyfrog counters, how to export the game log to a text file, and other items.
Thanks for looking at this, it would will be of great help to many players. Hopefully others will step up and assist on sections.
< Message edited by Dancing Bear -- 5/8/2010 1:24:26 PM >