After reading Legion I think I've found my next army. Here's a test list I wrote up:
1-Alpharius (CSM Sorcerer)
-Operative Misdirection (counts as Mark of Slaanesh and Lash of Submission)
-Stealth Armor (counts as Jump Pack)
-Homing Beacon (counts as Personal Icon)
10-Chaos Space Marine Squad x 4
8-Stealth Squad (counts as Chosen) x 2
-Melta Gun x 3
8-Stealth Squad (count as Raptors) x 2
*Note-one of these squads actually has 7 members, the Sorcerer Lord joins or deep strikes both of them in around him.*
6-Havocs x 2
-Missle Launcher x 3
Kill Points 11
The basic premise is to cover fire while Elites and Fast Attack move in. Once the Elites and FA are in the mix, the CSM Squads can move up if needed or continue laying down fire. These tactics can change depending on the enemy I am facing.
In the case that Infiltration or Outflanking is used by the Chosen Stealth Squad the Rhino's are there to confuse my opponent or transport a CSM Squad. (I can't remember if you can outflank and mount in vehicle at the same time right now).
Lascannons are in the CSM Squads for Anti Tank as are the meltas in the other squads. Havocs fill the either/or role.
Alpharius can be set up alone or with one Raptor Stealth Squad. Raptors can either set up on board or DS as needed.
Operative Misdirection-I chose to use MoS and Lash as this seemed the most obvious choice to make with this themed army. The 'counts as' rule allows me to use this as an alternative to psychic powers.
Stealth Armor (Jump Pack) on the Lord and Raptors-I figured this would keep the enemy from fully seeing the squads in some way or another allowing them to reach their objectives faster.
Stealth Armor (Infiltration) on the Chosen-Infiltration is an automatic plus so Stealth Armor would work a little differently. Scouting ahead and taking their time to outflank or get in closer is the Legions way.
I've pretty much went with the old adage of take two of everything in case the first gets blown up, you'll have one more to fall back on.
Other thoughts on this is including Daemons as Initiate Operatives. I'd like to steer clear of using actual Daemons, Greater Daemons, or Daemon Princes. This would of course count out Obliterators and Possessed as well.
C&C to death please...