Yep, think your right, and know dd's were used after D day also. But the amount of funnies and manpower assigned to Hobart in June was for a specific purpose. I dont think there was any intention of keeping the division substantiated as such for the period after beach landings etc. With the state of manpower in British army at that time it is inconcevable that any losses were replaced in that division except with immediate reserves included for that purpose. We were having problems keeping the infantry battalions up to strengh, the fighting teeth. RAF regiment and others pulled in as replacements. I've searched for info on the history of Hobarts division. And cannot find anything yet that gives me its disbanding or manpower equipment status for this period. As to its use as an attacking arm for Market Garden I would say this is fancy footwork.