I have read your above post with great pleasure and I am the one thanking you for the very nice and kind words.
This is what really count for me on those forums, fairness and kindness, together with our common passion for history research.
Take your time and do not feel you need to hurry up because you do not have to demonstrate anything to anybody.
If you, like everybody else including me, can bring on this table value add and positive researched results, you will always be welcome and there is really no dead line, nor a target time to be respected.
As I said any additionl help, or positive challenge on my work is giving me a great support and advantage on progressing my map final definition, ... and this approach so far has demonstrated being the correct one, ... because despite the many fights and discussions, ... sometimes very " hot " for what I am used to have, ... my work is progressing nicely.
Here on this forum there are for sure some of the best competences available in the world, ... so if my work can stand up here, ... it will be surely highly appreciated once published on few years.
I am very interested on take a look at your work attempt, so you can send it to me at my e-mail address ... and please, since you are part of this " team " or " discussion group ", ... feel free to ask anything you like to know or have.
I am glad you realized very well how difficult it is to put all this together ...
In this regard, once you have realized the 02.29 ( PoW to Norfolk ) 03.20 ( Norfolk+PoW to Suffolk ) 05.35 ( PoW to Suffolk ) and 05.41 ( Norfolk to Suffolk ) you will have all the tracks properly positioned on the grid.
At that point you can just verify and utilize my reconstructed " Plot " with the correct bearings and battle field dimensions, this one :
In order to honor a soldier, we have to tell the truth about what happened over there. The whole, hard, cold truth. And until we do that, we dishonor her and every soldier who died, who gave their life for their country. ( Courage Under Fire )