This is a really simple scenario in which you have a huge standing army with unlimited resources (Which I never used, except to build an atomic bomb) fighting off a huge German force. There really wasn't much I needed to do, partly because of balance reasons (read below). The only thing I really did was use a few special abilites. This isn't to say the scenario is not fun. It is fun, if only for the sheer enjoyment of having lots of units to blow each other up with. Even with my higher end system it did begin to lag at one point though.
Balance was really off. I don't see any way you could lose the scenario. As a test I went back and let the scenario run on its own, and I in fact did get defeated. However, the author gives the impression in the instructions that one wrong move could bring you defeat. With unlimited resources and a semblance of effort, you shouldn't lose this scenario.
I've given the higher rating here because of Tripsters use of Questions boxes. In the beginning you are given three choices (Begin scenario, strategies and 'extras'). Towards the end of the scenario (When either you or the CPU are in clear sight of winning) you are given the option to Admit Defeat/Achieve Victory or "Keep fighting". While it didn't really do much for the scenario, I liked that he made good use of the Q box (I'm a sucker for Q boxes). :) Other than that, I can't give any extra points on the gameplay itself because there wasn't anything creative about it.
Map Design: 3
For what the scenario was, the map design was satisfactory. Defenses set up for you with choke points so the Germans flow in from one direction. To get this to a 4 or 5, I would liked to have seen something where the General was in the middle of the map with 4 possible directions that the Germans could attack your position. This way you would have to keep re-positioning your forces depending on where an attack was coming from (Or what you may think is an attack).
This was the highest rating because I liked the Q boxes and information given before and during the gameplay. It was simple, yes, but I knew what I had to do and I liked the first Q box with the 3 options to choose from. To have made this a 5, you would have had to throw in some kind of story. Why are the Germans after the French General? Are the French cornered, which is why they can't retreat and save their General?
This is a fairly fun scenario. You'll likely only play it once and enjoy it for what it is, just a 'carnage' scenario. Tripster, whether or not you are a first time designer, you clearly made an effort with this. The scenario is a bit flat though, but I'm sure with any future releases by you we'll see your scenarios get increasingly more interesting.