Our most recent battle was another Command & Colors Napoleonic scenario, the battle of Ligny 16th June 1815. This was played the day after we fought Quatre Bras. This time William and I played the French while Phil played the Prussians.
The picture below shows the French right flank with the settlement of Ligny with its twin bridges. The bulk of the French army, including most of the artillery and the imperial Guard are positioned on the right:
A small action took place on the right flank when a Prussian infantry regiment, supported by artillery pushed forward and destroyed a French regiment; however, they were quickly beaten back, badly mauled.
I have played this scenario solo before, but it was much more enjoyable with a 'live' opponent.