From: Leeuwarden, Netherlands
So I understand from the blog post how he can achieve a continous line without stacking. That seems the easy part. How does he intended to achieve concentration of force on the offense? That's one of the biggest problems non-stacking games have that I've experienced. Unless he is doing units similar to AT and having them be containers which you can bring formations into and out of easly and fluidly with highly variable sizes. In which case it's pretty much pseudo-stacking anyway....and then I really don't much understand the advantage over stacking, other then perhaps graphical presentation.
If I recall correctly, and it's been awhile since I last played Strategic Command, first suppress with Artillery and possibly Bombers, then hit with 1-3 cheap units and then finally hit it with your biggest strongest unit hoping for a breakthrough. Uberstrong units played a bigger role in the SC series than in ATG, same with the Panzer Corps game. You definitely need 15 strong elite units at times. Whereas ATG is much more flexible, and more about manoever. You can outmanoever a stronger unit in ATG and defeat it, that was hardly the case in Panzer Corps, and it didn't happen much in SC too. Non-stacking Uber-strong units tend to play pretty static, head to head butting the way bisons do. Hit hard, destroy unit then move on and repeat.
Still, Victor being the mastermind that he is...wonder what he will come up with.