EDIT: TLDR + assembly recommendations .
TLDR If you are located in Europe and don't own a A3 printer, DONT BUY THIS.
I didn't know it and ended up paying: 37 euros (printing of cards and map on normal A3 paper at a professionnal printer) + 11 euros (PDF files here) + 4 euros (card slayers) = 52 euros! (not even counting the money spent on my home printing).
Now, consider than the "real" game professionnally printed cost 40 dollars, and you'll get why I'm highly dissatisfied.
If you have an A3 printer, you may consider it. Print directly all the stuff on A3, full size, centered, and you should be fine. Count an afternoon to assemble the game. (was it so hard to write that down in your lame Assembly Instruction and descripton of the game, Wargame Vault?).
I'm reviewing the PnP game available here.
This review is intended at Wargame Vault and not at the creators of the game (which is great).
So, when buying this, I was ready to spend several hours cutting, glueing components. That's cool!
What I was not ready for was to struggle to print the damn thing.
While the tokens were not a problem, the cards and the board... Good luck to get them printed properly with your home printer. Mine is an HP 7720. No way to get the cards aligned nor the board printed in its original size (always 5-6 mm missing on each quarter, no matter the settings I tried).
The "assembly instructions", courtesy of Wargame vault, are basically useless (more or less, it says "To print the cards, open 'card.pdf' and print them").
To get a half decent result, you'll probably have to go, like me, to a professional printing house.
And it will cost you. For a result that is still way poorer than the original game. And after paying those PDF files 12 **** dollars
Maybe my printer is to blame? Or maybe it's because I'm located in Europe and the files are made for US Standards? To be honest, I don't care.
I would have expected some kind of instructions/warning/disclaimer from Wargame Vault, and I didn't get it. Their added value is 0 and that's what my review sanctions.