From: Houston, TX
...the Supply Level should be set to what works best for a scenario...
Yeah, I guess this is the key. But it would be interesting to see an analysis of the interplay between the various supply ratings:
--Supply Source Value
By increasing my Supply Source values from 50 to 100, and Supply Radius from the default (4) to 20, I've increased supply values by anywhere from 6x to 10x...have to see how that works.
Force Supply Stockpile and Formation Supply Distribution Efficiency:
Use Norm's recommendations.
Supply Point Value:
You can imagine having several Supply Points on the map around the map edges. Assuming all connect back to a common supply source that is off the map (for example, the Normandy Beaches), the ones that are closest to that source (in MPs) should have higher values than the ones that are further away.
Similarly, you can imagine major ports having a much higher supply value than minor ports, etc.
If the supply lines were, historically, motorized (WWII and beyond), I set this value to 125-150km. If they were not motorized (pre-WWI), I set them to 12-15km. WWI falls somewhere in-between.
You left off Force Overextended Supply Threshold: I set this to from 3 to 5.
Edit: There are also Readiness/Supply Cost of Movement Rates, but that has to do with expenditure not replenishment.
< Message edited by Curtis Lemay -- 12/13/2020 4:22:53 PM >