Originally posted by Cheshire Yeomanry+Jul 14 2005, 09:34 AM-->(Cheshire Yeomanry @ Jul 14 2005, 09:34 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'>Originally posted by spidge@Jul 11 2005, 01:13 AM <!--QuoteBegin-Cheshire Yeomanry@Jul 11 2005, 01:25 AM Impossible to answer with any clarity. To subjective and to many variables [post=36310]Quoted post[/post] My dad used to call "what if"........"Hindsight with no Foresight", a waste of good pencil & paper. [post=36331]Quoted post[/post] I can understand that thought, but I would add that exploring WI's helps explain and inform how and why certain orders etc were issued, and gives a very clear picture about how close certain events were from turning out 100% different to there actual conclusion. Any good WI must have clear and attainable guidelines, otherwise evry WI would include UFO's etc [post=36436]Quoted post[/post] [/b] So true. I did say my father, not me. I love exploring the WI scenarios without the assistance of hindsight. The post I made yesterday in the North Africa section borders on this. If Rommel's first attack to Tobruk succeeded what would have been the outcome. (Surprising for a few I would expect).