Let's put the cards on the table first here. If you're an expert in, or have any real life experience with, tactics then go ahead and say so from the start, else let's just assume everyone who comments is to some degree talking out of their posterior. Just so no one unwisely chooses to play the 'what do you know about tactics anyway?' card.
With that said, what are your impressions of the tactics employed by both sides of this conflict? Some have suggested that embedded journalists are a problem because they hamper coalition troops from 'doing what has to be done'? Does the battleplan seem to be changing as Iraq's forces actually put up a fight, or is the plan flexible from the start? Did 'shock and awe' do either, or was it a ploy? Do you have the impression that the war is being handled adroitly?