However, there are other sections of the guide that need more detail. One such area is the Tips For Beating Other Armies section. Beyond the Tyranids, most of the information listed is extremely generalized and could probably be discovered by a new player after a few games against each army anyway. Because of this, I hope to expand it a bit by going more in depth. While I'll still only provide basic tactical advice against each army, I will go into more detail on the strengths and weaknesses of each. By having this information, you'll be better armed to make decisions in your games.
This will likely become a series of articles here on the blog, that will be gradually integrated into the BT 101 guide as those articles are published. I still have an article in the works from a long time ago regarding "Target Priority", as well as one discussing the virtues of differing point values when making your list (i.e. 750 point lists play significantly different from 2000 point lists). Both of these will likely be added to the guide.
On top of all that, I want to make some clarifications to the Building a 5th Edition List series. This will be to explain more what I'm trying to accomplish by doing those articles, as well as clear up recurring questions. You might even see the introduction of a new list from me, but that one might be pushing it. I don't like using lists that aren't tried and proven in battle (i.e. they have to be competitive). ;)
Changing course completely: Now that I'm able to actually sit down at my computer without dying, I'll return the emails I've gotten the past week while I've been sick, within a day or two. Thanks much for you patience and understanding in this matter. :)