Long time lurker here, decided to join finally, hope it's OK to start a new thread already? Apologies in advance if not. I was surprised of the precise amount of new content announced, especially this part: "27 new units, 13 new buildings". We have 9 new civilizations, they will probably receive around 18 unique buildings or units divided among them (save for a few UI). That's 22 left. 2K didn't say yet how many new technologies were added to the game, but there probably won't be enough to create enough room for 22 brand new units and buildings available to all the civs (or if they did, it's a whole new game they've made!) Since it's doubtful they added one new UU or UB to all the civilizations, I was wondering if that could mean they added new leaders for a few existing civs: For example, a new Ottoman leader with a new powerful UB that would replace the Janissary, which would force you to make strategic choices and take a commerce-oriented strategy instead of war. Or two different versions of the leaders (since new leaders would mean new 3D models, that sounds more realistic), for example a war-oriented Napoleon with the Mousquetaire and the Légion, and a different UA (Nouvel Empire ?), then a culture-oriented Napoleon with Ancien Régime, Mousquetaire and a new culture-oriented building (I think France received the Salon in Civ IV BTS?). With all the new techs, wonders, religion and espionage, I'm really curious to see how the old civilizations will fare in the expansion. I hope they have been taken into account and won't feel rusty or out of place... What do you think? Will there be any new things for our good old Catherine and Alexander?