Ref: French Reserve Cavalry Corps, Armee du Nord 1815 (pp 128-129)
The explanation talks about the four different types of reserve Corps, but then it suddenly drops to "three types". The special instructions state,
"Cuirassiers, Dragoons and Light Cavalry must not be mixed within the same division."
Yet the 11th Division of Kellerman's III Reserve Cavalry Corps was a mixed division of Dragoons (2nd & 7th) and Cuirassiers (8th & 11th).
Was the special instruction for building the Corps a typo? Should it instead read something like, "Heavy cavalry and Light cavalry must not be mixed within the same division"?
This would allow you to field all four
different types of cavalry reserve Corps as per the first sentence.
Ref: Anglo Netherlands Army Belgium 1815 (pp 136-139)
Optional Brunswick Division special instructions state that;
"Brunswick Lancers, if used, must be in a mixed unit with an equal number of Brunswick Hussars.
However, the bases per unit for Lancers is "2 or 3", with the maximum allowed now being "3" (as per the 'Errata') and the bases per unit for Hussars is "4 or 6", so you will never have an equal number, and you will go over the maximum base limit of "6" bases if you do take "3" Lancers.
Given the intent for this unit as stated in earlier posts, should the requirement for equal units be dropped, and the bases per unit for Hussars be changed to "3-6"?
This would allow a Lancer/Hussar unit to be 2/4 or 3/3 which I believe meets your earlier intent.