Sorry about your result, Clint. I found several of the control sites somewhat tricky, and I think I was lucky a couple of times (6, 8, 10, and 12). For #10, I attacked from the trail jct due south. I got a little disoriented on the way to the control, misreading a brown dot for knoll as a black dot for boulder. I think I wandered into the circle and hunted around for the knoll beside which the flag was located.
#6 - I went straight, though the veg on top was a bit scrappy, and the downhill felt steeper than mapped. I also hesitated when I pulled up short on the formline spur above and didn't see flag hiding in shadows lower down.
#8 - more or less straight, but hard to keep a straight line - kind of low vis through there, I aimed off R and hit the cleared area and came back, though the control seemed much closer to the clear than mapped. Or perhaps the clear extends into the circle more than depicted.
#10 - we know that story..
#12 - didn't even try....
Biggest problem from my perspective was that the brown was printed in so pale a shade us to be virtually invisible (for me, at least). I talked to Pete, and he's going to send me the 0CAD file so I can fix it before the next meet. (There were also a fair number of places where the fieldwork was either out of date or nonexistent.)
I could read the brown, but it was pretty faint - hard to read detail while on the move
I had to come to a complete stop and get the lighting just right to see it at all.
Same problem with 10. Is it perhaps that the stonewall corner and its surroundings are not mapped accurately relative to the features around # 10? I noticed the stonewall piece from the swamp to the corner was longer than mapped. I also attacked from the wall corner and ended up by the knoll that is obscured by the S part of the circle of 10. Took me a several attempts at re-attacking 'til I realized my mistake.