Unfortunately, the only crash log I saw created and managed to save was that last one that came during combat resolution, with the message to send to Ralph. I'll forward that to the tech forum, along w/ the two sal files that were created (I think they are called mx_debug or something like that).
The other "random" CTDs (that came during movement) were, I thought, on my video card side or a CPU heat issue, but Larry also mentioned that he had a CTD during his move in the game we're just now starting.
Over the course of this game, it did that to me maybe three or five times, all prior to move 10, and it seemed to go away after a while. Not sure, but it may have been related to scrolling around the map in "small" view. I just started saving the game every so often, esp. before and after any big rail or air unit movement, and, of course, prior to and just after resolving any combats. It was only a minor annoyance, not a game killer. But you def. want to make save points in such a big scene so as not to have to re-do a lot of moves. I also stopped using the scroll around function so much (instead, using "left click" on the mouse to "center" the map on the cursor finger thing location. Seemed to work a lot better, and was easier that way, too.)
US Marines: not sure what the deal was w/ them. Every time WP engaged them, they "advanced to the rear". The French 11th airborne also seemed rather squeamish about engaging. Czech forces chopped them to bits early on.
Well, kudos to Gen. Louis for that last surprise move he made into Praha ... he managed to squeak a mech division right through a seam along the EG border, with BARELY enough movement points to get there practically unopposed, so that was my bad as WP player for overlooking that little seam he found (and his good move, for finding it at the last minute.)
Anyway, this is a great scenario, and for being so huge, it is a challenge for both sides b/c there are only 17 or so combat turns before the game ends, so you've really got to get some kind of strategy besides slogging through the front lines ... those airborne and SF units are really key for capturing essential points (by the same token, that makes air units and SAM / AAA esp. important, to try to shoot down those guys.)
Well, Larry and I have started our game. I just got his second WP move, combat has started, so it is now up to me to try to come up with a NATO strategy to try to hold him back. OK, well, thanks again for the great scene and for reading our AAR!!