Greetings and Well Wishes-
I'm of the mind that UG-G could be considered a primer used to establish the overall coding and it still serves as a good primer for the newcomer's intro into GameLab's product listing. With UGCW, we see a deeper program filled up sub-contents, nice graphical implements, ease of gameplay improvements...
So to my mind, GL is already primed to use the code on a different theatre, albeit graphical maps need remodeled. Thusly, UG -AmRev and UG -Nap could be separate addons for the products in place. And with some editing, could be sold separately to stand alongside UG-G, increasing the product line and awareness. UG-CW was a terrific update/upgrade from the core UG-G baseline, and to date, I see no reason why GL couldn't just focus the mapping of both campaigns (AmRev and Nap) into a new Large program set and or separate stand-alones...in any case, I'm in full support of GL's work given the limitations of my household budgets today.
War of 1812 and French and Indian War come to mind