I broke down awhile back and picked up a physical copy of Chain of Command from TFL to go along with my digital copy. I also picked up the token and jump off point sets they produce for the game. The resin jump off points are rather robust and are essentially 3 oil drums with a tarp and some equipment on them. I went with the unique methodology of doing an image search for WWII German signs and picking three at random. The last one is just the top of a C ration case.
They look rather nice and are a bit more three dimensional than the custom ones I did a couple years ago.
The patrol marker sets come with four large and four small etched tokens for each side. The MDF soaks up the primer like a sponge, which made painting them a little more of a challenge. (Cohesion would overcome adhesion to prevent the paint from sticking.) I solved the problem by putting a layer of dullcote on them and then re-spraying with primer.
The large tokens are supposed to be the patrol markers, and the smaller one denote the Jump-off points. I really don't see a need for both as I also have the models, so I plan on leaving at least half of them behind at Jon's if I ever actually get out of my house.....