We had a contest - a long time ago - with the prizes being three copies of Stalingrad (the WWII rules from Amazon).
And the winners are...
Jason, who describes himself as "a fine example of the absent-minded IT professional," was away in China and nearly forgot to contact us to confirm his prize! He writes:
I have been wargaming for the past 17-odd years - mostly 25mm/6mm sci-fi, with a smattering of 20mm WW2, WWI air and 15mm Napoleonic. I'm a member of a local club which has suffered from members moving away for better jobs. Currently, I'm amassing 15mm WW2 for a alternate history campaign being organised by our resident history buff, Henry Dunne.
Other than that keep up the good work.
We're told that "Taliesin" is "an alias dating back from my earliest characters in RPG and CRPG games; aaah, those were the days."
I'd like to take this opportunity to tell you what a great site you have running here. Since I discovered TMP some two years ago, it has turned into my prime (and daily) source of information on miniatures and miniature wargaming, its value surpassing that of magazines, mailing lists and Usenet. The information is clearly presented, without apparent bias and keeps a right balance between 'news' and 'general information'. I wish you all the best and hope to be a visitor to TMP for many years to come.
I am 27. I live in New York City, where I play in the Metropolitan Wargamers. My interests are in Ancient and Medival Warfare, The Age of Reason, and both World Wars. If anyone lives in the NYC area and wants to go to the Club and game - email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.