This was the basis for a very sucessful infantry action 2 weeks later, 2 US platoons advancing to secure a farmhouse and hedgeline defended by a German platoon. The main point drawn from this is that by the end of the game, the players were familiar with the concepts and mechanisms of the rules and were able to conduct actions on their own. I did give a small talk about what the rules allow you to do, visibility, actions, movement and shooting, before the game commenced.
The US tanks pounded the house, knocking out the pak, but unable to affect the infantry, and in turn took a pounding from the 2 panthers.
It wasn't a great game, but lessons were learnt. The second game at Ilchester was by far better as it flowed smoother, and the scope was much more limited/concentrated. No pics though.