Played this scenario at our wargames club on Wednesday just gone (24/06/15) and thoroughly enjoyed it and its special rules of fog and reinforcements.
We played 5 turns where fog was laying across the battlefield and it lifted just in time for the Austrian defenders to shoot up some French infantry that were advancing under its cover. After that initial shock, the French recovered their lines and composure and began pressing the Austrian flanks. The French were soon taking the advantage and even more so as three of their cavalry units ( 1 x CUI and 2 x LC ) were unleashed on a determined assault at the Austrian centre-right position. The banner scores to this point had gone 0-2 AUS, 5-2 FRE, 5-4 FRE. Despite a late Austrian comeback on their right flank, there was too much damage to recover and the French cavalry, now supported by infantry soon finished the job for a 7-4 win (which did include a fortunate roll to remove an Austrian leader). No reinforcements were called into the game, but their possibility made for an interesting decision process at times. Very much enjoyed this scenario and we will be replaying it soon by swapping sides.