I was in the market for something different for the Napoleonic period, and was taking a hard look at the Swedish-Russian War of 1808 as a possibility. Sword and Sabre has produced two booklets that have many scenarios for this war. I wrote to them directly as their pricing structure was, to be honest, more economical than ordering from On Military Matters, my usual go to source for all wars obscure, and I wanted to make certain I had my conversion rates calculated correctly. So, I ordered the two scenario booklets directly from Lars Rössle in Sweden, and the two booklets together turned out to be just a bit more than buying one booklet from OMM ($35.00 direct (including shipping) from Sweden for two booklets as opposed to $26.00 for one booklet from OMM in the United States). Call it a quirk of the current value of the dollar! Ordering was simple...I emailed Lars, told him what I wanted, and he sent me a PayPal invoice. The whole transaction took just over a week, from my initial email, to payment, to receiving the books in the U.S. I would say that is pretty top notch service!
Each book has several scenarios which include tabletop maps and orders of battle (at 1:20 figure to man ratio) and a bit about the battle itself. The scenarios range from very small (just a few units on each side, perfect for short one on one games) to those with a few brigade equivalents for each side (which would make ideal multi-player games).
I am very happy to have bought these booklets, and to have received such excellent service from Sword and Sabre. Their website has other supporting material, including a detailed accounting of Swedish uniforms.