I went into Manchester yesterday to help on the Lance & Longbow stand at Britcon 2008. Once again it was Marignano 1515, but the rules were tweaked somewhat and this time the Swiss did mange to cross the ditches and take the guns before being driven back.
I didn't buy much as it's not really a traders event, however I did pick up a book on the actions in the Dodecanese in 1943, which is a period I've often thought of wargaming. The book is Churchill's Folly: Leros and the Aegean by Anthony Rogers and seems to have plenty of the necessary detail to create some scenarios.
There were quite a number of nice looking armies being used and I was stuck by one of the prizes for the FOG competition, which used figures on coloured bases to indicate unit status. Certainly more appealing than tiddlywinks that I use.