I tend to scale my games towards the one-ninth end of things. Thus my GNW games have units with a 3" frontage on a 2' square board - one-eighth of the width of the playing area. When I play on my roughly 9" square board I use units with a 1" frontage.
Tonight I thought that it would be interesting to try out the other end of things - units that are one-sixth of the board width.
It looks cramped, but it just about works. Those are 40mm frontage units on a 9" square board, and it means I can use my ACW stuff on the setup I take when I go camping. I haven't decided what I'm taking with me on my next camping trip, its true, but it's nice to have options.
The scenario you can see here is Bridgehead, and eleven of the twelve units in the game are in play; the Confederates have lost one.
As ever the fields are just garnish.