I haven't been keeping up on the turn by turn updates for the game Brian and I have been playing that was first referenced in the "Status Check on Game" post.
Over the summer, things have turned remarkably in German's favor. Through card play and time, the Soviets have spent through their initial high PP balance. Over late July through Sept I, the Germans have easily inflicted 8-12 steps per turn with the Soviets only able to replace 4-6 steps per turn. Here's the map situation after the German Sept I turn. Weather has been Clear (no Overcast) all summer long for the Germans.
As you can see they are overrunning the Donbas (assisted by 6 partisans) and have advance well past the Typhoon start line in the center and are currently only 6 hexes from Moscow. Other than in the North, the Soviet line has disintegrated. The Germans have outrun their supply so that might trigger a short pause or at least a slowdown in the advance (not sure given the shoestring nature of the Soviet defenses).
German losses are minimal. There is 1 Romanian step loss and one German KG in Krakow awaiting free upgrading. All other Korps/Armies are at full strength. Germany still has 7 1/2 EP and 9 PP. They have one BF-109f in the destroyed box. For cards, they still have not played Roll Bahns or Army Reorg.
The Soviets have 41 PP before Sept I spending and 69 1/2 MP. For cards, the Soviets have Emergency Mobilization to look forward to in October. Manpower Shortages and Scorched Earth are available to them for Sept card draws.