I played my first two Meeting Engagements games today.
I used all new rules.
A few interesting observations.
Assuming that I could not put the First Forest in 3" from the edge of the table, 6" within objectives and 3" within other terrains - I was simply unable to put it on the table.
We played on the 36"x48" board.
In addition, I did not have any wizard in the army, so I did not have the option of summoning forests in a different way, but even if I wanted to, it would be very difficult.
My army, however, was created to be as independent as possible from the forests - and I was able to win the game.
However, people with "standard Sylvaneth armies" (especially with Branchwraith in the roster) probably will a ad time playing 1000pts games now.
Other notes: Dryads are really not that great now. Not only in ME, but overall. They don't make much damage, even in Winterleaf, they die very quickly without the legendary -1 to hit - because it's nearly impossible to keep them fully within woods. I'm glad that I own only 40 dryads, because I definitely will not use them in "AoS 2.0".
Groups of 5 Tree-Revenants were super useful. They are amazing for taking objectives now, especially if you are able to "burn down" enemy's objective.
I would seriously consider groups of 10 for more bold actions like flanking or blocking enemys shooting (one game was against heavy shooting SCE list with a Ballista and 6 Longstikes. I managed to win thanks to Tree-Revenats and Sword Kurnoths).
I tried two lists - Gnarlroot with Wych-bomb (it was okay, but I lost) and Winterleaf with Durthu and 2x3 Sword Kurnoths (it was awesome). I may be tempted to try Dreadwood, because teleporting probably is way more interesting than we think.