A knock at the door this morning turned out to be the daughter of our neighbour across the road bearing a large brown parcel. It seems my copy of Kampfgruppe Normandy arrived while I was away for a short break in Whitby.
It's certainly a very impressive book, weighing in at 348 pages, and very nicely produced. From a quick glance the rules look simple, but with enough tactical complexity to keep interest, and bear no relation at all to the WFB/40K systems (bonus!). The activation and morale systems look interesting, and there's scope for suppressive fire and proper use of artillery. The rules were written by Warwick Kinrade, who also wrote Forge Worlds Aeronautica Imperialis ruleset, another simple set of rules that I really like.
The only bit that looks a little disappointing is close combat. It looks like it's just an extension on normal ranged combat, with little risk to the attacker, whereas I'd prefer something a little more... pivotal I suppose; but it should be easy enough to graft something on (maybe more akin to Fast and Dirty's system) without upsetting balance too much.
Now I just need to get a game in to try it out. In the meantime there's a great review on Warseer.