I threw together another game of 'Simplicity in Practice' today. I gave both sides the same forces - four foot, one gun and three horse, although I made the Russian horse dragoons and the Swedish horse heavy cavalry. I randomised the terrain, then deployed both armies.
I decided to try an arbitrary orders system. I divided each force up into logical groups, created three 'plans' for each, then diced for what they'd do. Here's the opening move for each side. The Swedes in the foreground decided to advance their foot from the security of its protective terrain and attack the Russian centre. The Russians decided to hold in the centre, but outflank the Swedish right. The horse of both sides decided to sit tight, although that of the Russians would advance slowly to secure the flank of its infantry.