A debate arose in our game this weekend regarding whether a fighter can go into hiding in their movement phase, and then elect to come out of hiding during the shooting phase of the same turn if the situation requires it. For some time I had assumed that if a model chose to go into hiding, they then couldn't shoot in the same turn. That is, they spent their turn being stealthy behind cover. But according to the NCE doing one then the other is entirely possible. We played that game according to the rules and to me it felt a really weird. Almost nobody was out of cover or within spotting initiative distance, so our entire gangs went into hiding pretty much every turn. Then models reveal themselves one-by-one as they take shots in the shooting phase, or remain in hiding if their only target had already been downed by that point. We are considering making a houserule to override this oddity. If a model chooses to be stealthy that turn, they give up the opportunity to shoot. Seems more realistic too, since the sequential separation of movement and shooting phases is only an in-game abstraction. It would also reduce the amount of checking the players had to do to determine if a model could hide. The other point to consider is what happens if a model starts the turn hiding. Can they continue to hide in their movement phase and then shoot in the shooting phase? This would allow the model to avoid being targeted by overwatchers in the movement phase, but then be able to shoot them in return. I would imagine the hiding person should get first shot in such a situation. How do other people play it?