But that's not what I'm saying, I want:single brigade per infantry
HOI2 / YUG Wars
Division = Brigade/Regiment
Brigade = Battalion
So, let's say, a typical corps would consist of for ex.
1 Hq, 5 Inf Bde, 1 Art Bde, 1 AA Bde, and to that, we add some tanks battalion, reccon battalion, etc.
To portrait a mechanized division, we could make it up by:
1 hq, 2 Bde APC, 1 Bde Inf, add one MBT battalion, etc.
I really think that there is enough diversity with this method. And especially if we use your method that you proposed yesterday, with having for ex. infantry models 1-3 for "Soviet infantry", 4-6 "Croatian infantry", etc.
Another thing we could do, is to handle it like CORE does:
There they differ between a 3-brigade division (like Germany used in WW2) and a 2-brigade division (like Italy used) in the models.
So that means we could have two types of "divisions" (movable units) and still have the "brigade" to use as equipments even though I don't really see the advantages with this idea, as long as the limit is one "brigade" per "division", ex:
1 Infantry Bde (divisional unit) cost 25 MP (let's say 1 mp = 100 for the ease of it)
1 Infantry Battalion (divisional unit) cost 10 mp
and then we have the "brigade slot" to decide how to model and okey, we say that one "brigade model" could be tanks.
Okey, so then we limit what brigade models can be attached to which unit and use the same system as with the navy (where capital attachments can be added to capital ships and non-capital attachment can be added to non-capital boats).
An tank battalion could be added to an infantry single brigade per infantry and a tank company could be added to an infantry battalion. This way, I'm sure we could be able to handle all the units I've seen so far in the various OOB's I found concering the Yugoslav wars..
EDIT: Maybe something like this:
"Division units" that can be built and moved, so everyone knows what I mean:
Home Defence Bde
Home Defence Bty
To that, we have "brigades" that can be attached, like
AA Bty (that only can be attached to a Inf Bde for example)
AA Co (=company, that only can be attached to a Inf Bty for example)