I guess it is just hard for me to grasp Jackson holding back as much as Ewell did. The circumstances even leading up to Gettysburg may have been different with Jackson still at Lee's side. Would there have been three Corps or still the two? We do know Lee had two new Corp commanders in AP Hill and Ewell with his only trusted Corp commander not yet up in Longstreet. The what if's are endless I do think. But my thinking is the entire campaign would have been handled differently with Jackson there. But if the same circumstances were presented that day in July, I still feel in my opinion Jackson would have done better because of the three noted reasons I wrote earlier. How much better? He could have taken the hill. How much worse? The left wing of Lee's army would have been all used up. Jackson somehow knew and saw things others didn't see to turn the tide in battle.