A few thoughts from the Russian perspective on the Fleches Table. The other guys can correct me if I've got any of this wrong.
Having rolled the ammo for the artillery in the Fleches, I thought that I had far more than I would get the chance to use. If I recall correctly the North had 7 rounds, the Centre had 5 rounds, the South had 8 rounds and the main fleche had 9 rounds. We also had the " No Refit scenario rule" up our sleeve.
The plan was to get the Jaeger units out the road so that the artillery could open fire on the French as soon as they were sighted and that would get the " fire on a new target" modifier out of the road before they dipped down out of sight into the stream. It also meant that when the units reappeared they would get the full force of the artillery. The Combined Grenadiers were to position themselves between the Fleches as additional protection and then DI's Grenadiers were positioned on the hill either as cover if things went pearshaped or to enable them to come rolling down the hill when we counterattacked
Tam's brigade from the 27th Division was similarly positioned to push through the centre as a counterattacking force, which he did quite successfully( IMHO).
Also by firing on the French from early doors, we thought that we could entice them to set themselves up to attack the Fleches after the artillery had fired 4 rounds and then catch them by surprise when they did attack by still being able to fire off our artillery as well, and then counter attack with our reserves( Tam and DI)
As it was DI's position became even more crucial after the GB had done it's work on Alan's 26th Division as it meant he was covering the flank of the main Fleche. David's combined Grenadiers didn't quite get into position in time( lack of MP's) before the French came after the Fleches. After that it all swung to and fro with us restricted in how we committed our reserves due to MP's and also being aware of what was happening on the other table.
Anyway that was how I saw it, but anybody is welcome to disagree
I just got very lucky with my dice, it'll be somebody else's turn next time!!
In fact , to borrow somebody elses phrase sort of " It was my best wargaming dicethrowing.......EVER!!!"