Guilford Courthouse is one of GDW'sSeries 120 games, a line of introductory wargames spanning various historical eras. The games in the series had 120 counters and were supposed to be playable in 120 minutes or less, hence the name.
A Set of colorful 1 inch wide counters and map with large hexes. Also stacking and facing rules which eliminate some rather "gamey" tactics used by experienced players.
The map is not an exact redraw of the original and neither are the counters (for example: the dismounted element of Tarleton's Legion has been added)
Some simple house rules which increase the realism (facing rules) and prevent some rather unrealistic and gamey tactics (especially by the British Player) by resricting stacking to 12 strength points per hex.
I have always loved GDWs "The Battle of Guilford Courthouse" for its elegant and clean playability but the counters and map are just downright ugly.
Monmouth (SPI) is visually attractive but the game system is rather "clunky", especially for trying to replicate an American Revolutionary War battle (IMHO).
Here is a set of very colorful "Monmouth" style counters for use with this gem of a game.