For the most part, anyway. It's four pages right now (the formatting needs to be finalized) and I need to add a table, but I think I've captured all the rules I want to incorporate into my B/X Companion for mass combat.
Looking back at Mentzer, I see that his War Machine system was six pages long, not counting the additional siege rules added in the Master set. I explained earlier what I was looking for in a mass combat system and I think I got it all captured, though I was hoping to get it completed in two pages, not four. Ugh...well, I'll just have to trim down other areas (or adjust the formatting more).
Let me run down my check list real quick:
Does luck matter? Yes.
Does strategy matter? Yes.
Do tactics matter? Yes (with regard to unit use).
Do numbers matter? Yes (depending on the types of unit).
Do the commander's Int, Wis, and Cha matter? Charisma definitely; Int and Wis sometimes.
Does AC and type of weapon matter? Yes.
Do mounts (or lack thereof) matter? Yes.
Does Morale matter? Absolutely.
Do different merc types make a difference? Yes (should make a note about orc/goblin penalties probably for ease of reference).
Is PC heroic action important? Yes.
Can it be run with miniatures or without? Yes.
Does it differ enormously from normal B/X combat? No.
Does it require a bunch of lists of bonuses and penalties? No.
Hmmm...pretty much everything I was looking for, still with plenty of room for DM arbitration and house rules. Good, good.
I should probably get someone to review this for me and see if it makes sense to someone else's eyes. Any B/X players out there want to volunteer?