Just thought that it would be wise for us to put together our collective 'lessons learnt' to share our 'knowledge'. here's a few to start us off. 1. If you get injured don't hide in the attic - you will never be found. 2. There is no need to cut an umbilical cord - the baby wont die of course 3. The best thing to get fake blood off (if you dont have decent soap) is shaving foam, hot water and a scourering pad. 4. Dont expect medics to check whether you have a neck/back injury before picking you up putting you on a stretcher and carrying you 200meters before declaring that you have a possible neck/back injury when you are actually dead. 5. Don't storm an infantry footbridge in blind panic (which might happen) as you will get a very angry and serious engineer pushing you off while looking like he wants to court-martial you for trespassing on holy-ground. 6. Shoutnig rape alot when a male madic tries to sort out a female makes them want to hit you - might have to be careful if not in an excercise environment. anymore? however, was a great weekend. p.s. how long does the manual say it takes to unpack and set up and infantry footbridge?