In the White Dwarf their battle report has IG with some Grey Knight allies. They are playing the allied rules with just one player, so maybe the allies rules for 40K are going a be a bit more relaxed than the Fantasy ones. They faced off against an alliance of Chaos Marines and Chaos Daemons. Andrew Kenrick played the Imperium alliance and Simon Grant played the Chaos alliance.
I'm wondering why the Eldar only have access to two of the psychic disiplines, even though they are some of the greatest psychers in the universe, while Space Marines and IG have access to four of the five. The odd thing is that Chaos Daemons have no access to them at all. You'd think that at least Tzeentch Daemons would have access to them, that is his thing after all. Sure Eldar have the two that Farseers are best known for Divination and Telepathy, but there are just some odd assignments on the chart. Like Blood Angels having access to Divination, I'm not up on reading of the novels and I've not read any of the latest Space Marine or Blood Angels codecies, but is that one associated with their Librarians? And Telekinesis for all Space Marines, except Black Knights who have no access to any disiplines, is telekinesis a disipline that is really associated with Marines? I don't know but it seems odd.
My local store is having a pre-release event. A raffle for a 2,000 point army which they will build with the winner's input (I'm guessing so you don't buy 2,000 points fo the most expensive stuff that doesn't build a real army). If you pre-order you get a raffle ticket entry, then every additional $100 you spend at any one time, gives you an additional entry. Then next Friday night will be a good bye 5th edition tournament, with no entry fee. Depending on your over all placement in the tournement will give you additional raffle entries. I believe it's going to be based on the number of players. If there are 10 the first place will get 10 additional entries and each place after that will get 1 fewer until last place gets one entry. Yeah, they are pretty much giving the top placing players the best chances of getting the 2,000 point army, but what the hell. I never played 5th edition so if I enter the tournament I don't stand a chance of winning. Who knows though, maybe I could do well and get a decent chance at winning the army. I know I've been thinking of building a Dark Eldar army. Oh yeah, you have to have pre-ordered the book as well in order to win the army.