i think people can be pretty harsh on multiman. i just see them as some kind of gaming equivalent of a flakey but interesting DIY / indie rock record label, which i can relate to. stuff gets released eventually, or doesn't. it's not the end of the world if it doesn't. and what they do get out of the door is generally worth paying attention to. i doubt it's a financial issue, the company isn't really run like a mainstream business and is more of a 'hobby' thing. i like that.
Scott has just posted a low-res copy of the rules for error-checking on Consimworld. LINK
I've had a copy of these for a while now so I could make the VASSAL module, and they don't appear to be any different from what I've got. I have quite significant reservations about the way they're written (style, inconsistent terminology), but at this point I think that ship has sailed, and they're looking for purely technical errors.
Kingdom of Heaven can't be paired with Breakthrough: Cambrai, because of the number of countersheets (B:C has two, KoH has three, and they print in multiples of four). So B:C is next in line. It is scheduled to go to the printers this week or at least very soon. Then Kingdom of Heaven.
The 64 dollar question that comes out of that little blurb is -- If KoH has three sheets and the prints are in multiples of four . . .
I snooped around when I was at Multiman's Headquarters yesterday and there was no sign of parts for either Breakthrough: Cambrai or Kingdom of Heaven. There was a shrinky copy of Battle Above the Clouds that whispered "today's your birthday" to me from the far side of the table, but I managed to pull myself back. Good thing -- my wife blew $100 on a Kindle!
Would it kill you to put the complete game in the first box?