It comes in a nice, sturdy box (similar to Command & Colors: Ancients)
Here is the interior after I removed the counter sheet, rules, and quick reference guide.
One of the reasons I purchased this game was because I figured that the components would be very useful. For example, it includes 24 map tiles with a variety of terrain features printed on them.
Online there was a lot of criticism of the tiles; people complained that they were too flimsy and tended to warp. My tiles seemed thick enough. There was a little warping but not too bad. I think the tile issues may have been with the first edition, and got corrected in the second.
And here are the counters.
Here is a close-up of the British army. Each army consists of 8 units, represented by 1 counter, each 1 inch square.
Some cards represent the army's units.
There are also tactics cards and leader cards (right).
I was a little reticent to order the game because of the cards. I'm not sure if the cards will work well solo. However, I liked the components and decided the get it because of that. Even if I don't use the actually rules / cards I think the map tiles and counters will be useful. After all, I got 8 armies in the box!
I will be trying the game soon and will review it.