Gameshark has a nice Civ5 Preview from Pax East, and though it is published on 1 April, it seems to be serious and also informative! Interesting bits: Roman leader is Augustus Caesar Unique units will also be more distinct from each other, with different powers and abilities instead of simply slightly stronger or cheaper generic units. Civilian units can stack with others, but army units cannot so you get one unit per hex. Firaxis to introduce ideas like flanking bonuses (seen in the combat calculations but not commented on) for attacking enemies you've surrounded. Transoceanic invasions will involve less micromanagement (any unit can become its own transport – and a stackable civilian unit when it does so) but more naval warfare preparation (since these transports have no defensive power whatsoever). Pete Murray assured the audience that the idea of religion being represented has not been entirely cast aside, but he would not elaborate on how this crucial component of human history would take form in the new vision. Lead designer Jon Shafer is putting his own imprint on the series, emphasizing some things (larger differences in play variety) and de-emphasizing others (the production arms race). Thanks for CFC member NeverMind for this great news info!