Well, now that I have a couple of tiny armies to play with again, time to try them out, and what better place to start, than my first introduction to lace wars battles, Blasthof Bridge from Peter Young's Charge! I suppose I must have first played this out myself in 1967, so it's decidedly venerable. For this exercise, I used KK rules, with each side having 2 brigades of foot and a brigade of horse, with a couple of attached guns, and all of equivalent points value (this meant that the Skyrians are stronger in foot, their battalions being larger, but the forces of the elector of Krupp are better quality, having close drill capability).
Here is the initial setup:
On the left, the forces of Styria bustle onto the table, evil white coats glinting in the sunlight, while to the right, the sober, sombre Krupfalzen stride forward nobly. In the foreground is the prosperous hereditary estate of Freiherr Blast, with the eponymous bridge in the midground astride the Blastbach, and in the distance, the Blasthofberg and the stolid Blasthofdorf. The river is fordable except within 6" of the bridge.
von Schwartchild's foot thus seized the Blast estate easily, filling it with two battalions of IR 1 Winterfeldt, while IR20 Zastrow linked with Fahrenheit's brigade seizing the eastern abuttments of the bridge.
Both sides' cavalry formed up on the eastern plain beyond the estate.