No development so far as to the Radetzky conundrum, but I have finished the alternate Tegetthoff class. This one is different in that it has five twin turrets, to lessen the top heaviness of the class. Most of the preliminary designs for the Tegetthoff has the guns in this arrangement. This one is quite similar to the drawing I made for my American AU, but is also quite different
The Tegetthoff in 1912:
Another drawing I've finished is the Ersatz Monarch class. I started on the drawing as part of the American AU, but the inital version is one of the longer designs for an all triple turret arrangement, whereas this one goes back to the orignal size, and the most recurring layout of two twin turrets, and two triple turrets. The Viribus Unitis website has SMS Graf Daun and SMS Hunyádi as the most "likely" names.
SMS Graf Daun in 1918:
I am currently working on the Ersatz Habsburg, the hull and the arnament of 8x38cm guns of the project 3 battleship combined with the superstructure of the project 5 battleship. These battleship designs had the same hull design as the battlecruisers, albeit shorter and wider. Coming in at 200m @ w/l these ships weighted in at 30k tons at standard displacement. The design speed is 24kts. The belt armor is 300mm thick, and the armor belt consists of two 20mm plates stacked on top of each other. The secondary battery comprises 18x5,9 inch guns and 10x90mm guns.
Ersatz Habsburg as designed in 1917: