I have been collecting 54mm miniatures for the Crimean War and I would like to use the "About Bonaparte" rules. Can those of you familiar with the rules suggest changes for the period? Russian infantry appear to be very similar to their Napoleonic counterparts: poor leadership, poor shooting and the almost exclusive use of the attack column formation. The British also seem similar to their Napoleonic ancestors. Some, but not all, of the regiments were armed with the rifled musket, so I would need to increase their range. They used the two deep line again. Their generalship was definitely worse than in the Napoleonic Wars. Any other thoughts?