Most definitely. My country -New Zealand- seems famous for it's adventure holidays and rugged terrain. You can usually bank on 2-3 stories a week featuring some underprepared tourist "adventurer" getting lost in forests/ski fields - no mean feat when you consider that the country has no native predators larger than a cat. Even with every second guy in the country being able to fish, shoot, use a compass, make shelter etc. I doubt that many would survive...and then you look at the city dwellers and the fun of having to account for threat in a vertical plane (above and below) in addition to scoping out whats in front and behind...we-l-l-l...it conjures up film footage of streetfighting in Stalingrad or Berlin in WWII, but without the ideology, equipment or training. Agreed on the stealth approach- and that was sensibly/realistically portrayed in the British mini-series "Dead Set" (well worth a watch if you haven't already). You probably wouldn't want to test the zombies athletic ability by using yourself as a test subject - weapons have been known to jam, and reloading in extremis isn't going to be an emulation of Rambo.