Bob, Have you or Ralph ever given any thought to doing an HMS Erin hull? I've been looking at her recently, and see that she has many characteristics which would be great for what we do. In addition to the twin rudders that most British dreadnoughts of the period had, she's very wide. Off the top of my head, she's 550 ft long with a 91 foot beam, which is nearly as wide as a Baden. With that kind of length to beam ratio and the twin rudders, she should be VERY maneuverable. For most small gun clubs, I'd guess she might just be the best of the Allied 28 second dreadnoughts you can build. For treaty, she's especially nice because we allow the hypotheticals, which would allow her to also battle Axis as the Turkish battleship Rashiydeh (spelling).