Like "Atlanta is Ours", the rulebook for Lee Strikes North is perfect bound so we will see how that holds up overtime. The rest of the components match what has previously appeared in the prior additions with a couple of minor changes. There are four counter sheets, two primarily informational, one for "Here Come the Rebels" and one for "Roads to Gettysburg" There are four map sections one set for each campaign and they significantly overlap so all four could be used together if you wanted too. The whole series is designed like that, all the maps would (and I think do at this point) link up for the Eastern campaign, but I will have to check on the Western campaign.
Another excellent release from Multi-Man Publishing, I just shudder to think how long the next one in the series will be. I can see them either reworking the Richmond Campaign in the east or perhaps moving back to the west and starting with the invasion of Tennessee at Forts Donalson and Henry through Shiloh and maybe through to the Siege of Vicksburg on the Mississippi River.
Here are a look at the components for "Roads to Gettysburg II: Lee Strikes North", Volume XI:
|The massive perfect bound rulebook|
|Here Comes the Rebels is Countersheet 2, Roads to Gettysburg is Countersheet 1|
|Its a bit more obvious on the Union side which one is for Here Come the Rebels and which one is for Gettysburg!|
|Here Come the Rebels maps|
|Roads to Gettysburg maps|
|The very standard charts and tables. The information for Early's Raid is on the back of the confederate card. I forgot to snap a picture of it.|