Played a big 15mm game yesterday, sorry no pics as I finished up having to command the French army, as two players failed to turn up. Game played pretty well,wuth no real issues except for the following. A Polish brigade had formed up with a unit in line, flanked by two infantry squares (threat from Russian grenadiers and cuirassiers!). One column of grenadiers was thrown back. The cuirassiers were effectively neutralised by French cavalry, so the Russian commander launched an attack column at the right hand square. They needed nearly a full two segment move to reach the square. Would it have been legitimate for the square to form attack column (which takes 1 move segment) provided they could pass their test? If they had been in attack column and attacked by cavalry, they would have had opportunity to form emergency square, which takes same move segment, so seems logical they could do reverse, but it is obviously not listed as a reaction.