Really glad you’re enjoying Bora Bora, Tom. As I believe I’ve mentioned before, that is one of the only Feld games that I still enjoy enough to keep in my collection. I’m surprised how many people dislike it, or say that it is ugly (which is certainly isn’t!).
As for me, I broke out Guild Ball the other day. I recently got the new two-player starter set, and have to say I’m impressed with what you get. Like Blood Bowl, this is a full game in a box and doesn’t require any expanding. Unlike BB, it actually seems to have a bit more depth and replayability out-of-the-box. The gameplay is best described as a weird mix of BB and Warmachine. Unfortunately, it is a bit more complex than BB, and my wife, who has never played miniature wargames, had some trouble understanding it. I think I am going to have to bring this to our FLGS one day and teach it to my Warhammer/Warmachine buddies.
Speaking of Warhammer, I played a 20,000 pt new years game of 40K yesterday that lasted 8 hours and involved 10 players. That was quite an experience, even though my Orks got smashed pretty hard. We ended up losing, but still had a lot of fun. As I was about to leave, I snagged a copy of Spire of Dawn, which a re-packaged Warhammer Fantasy starter that is retailing for a discounted price. I’ve been wanting to try Age of Sigmar for a while, and I figure that this is a great (and cheap) way to give it a shot.