This game does get repetitive over time. However, it does provide some nice moments of stealthy and shooty action as one controls a band of Confederate fighters and conducts raids on Union positions. The missions have some variation with randomly generated maps: this allows for a unique experience each time. One also has to keep track of unit skills and differences, and the fact that as units go up in rank they also go up in stats.
One needs to play it safe: you can't let your veteran troops die, but sometimes fresh meat is bound to fall in combat. But since all troops are identical save Mosby and none of them are characterized at all, you might not 'care' about the lives of your men that much.
For an indie game that demonstrates a nice and fitting musical score, and a game about people fighting for the losing or villified side of history, this is a nice game. For a historically accurate or I daresay compelling experience, look elsewhere.