As mentioned a while back I started an Ogre army for the Border Patrol WFB variant. Well, now it's complete, been bloodied in battle and is warring in the Vale of Shai-Hulud (somewhere in the Border Princes) against the Skaven of Clanlord Darth Phil.
Being Oldhammerites at heart, we are narrative campaigning the lot, playing with a Who Cares Who Wins attitude and keeping a sort of campaign diary/fiction archive at The Vale of Shai-Hulud.
We are using the current ruleset (8th edition) because it's actually really good. This seems to be a theme of WFB - each new version improves on the last, whereas 40K goes the opposite way...
Yes, typical unit sizes are too big, giant models are stupid blah blah blah but... the nuts-and-bolts of the rules are great and plays nicely. At Border Patrol level you have 500 points, one hero (which may not exceed 125 points) and no more than 25 models per unit. So most of the powergaming bollocks gets thrown out straight away. Games are quick and you can get two in in a relaxed evening.
Also - all models are painted, all models have full groundworking. All characters and battles are named. As they should be. It's not happened so far but if any model is "killed" and battle, he dies for good on a 1 on d6 - he never returns to the campaign and his death is canon.
Currently we have Ogres, Skaven and Dwarfs - Elves of both Wood and High castes are on the painting tables.
(Are there sand-worms? Phil named the campaign locale and he hasn't said yet...)