Well, after seeing many great alternate history maps here on DA, I've decided to start making my own maps. I welcome criticism since that will help me to improve.
PoD: Basically, the League of the Public Weal proceeds with stronger collaboration among the various French nobles against Louis XI and the Battle of Montlhéry ends in a crushing defeat for Louis.
Louis' army retreats to Étampes where Louis is again defeated and ends up captured. Louis is then taken to Orléans where he is forced to sign a treaty that states that his younger brother Charles is granted Normandy as another apanage, some concessions along the Somme are to be granted to Charles Count of Charolais, the Duchy of Brittany is to be separated from France (and never ends up part of France), and certain feudal prerogatives are to be returned to various feudal lords. The central authority that Louis wanted for France was broken by the treaty.
Louis in 1469 launches a futile invasion of Normandy in an attempt to regain it but is promptly defeated by the combined forces of Charles the Bold and Charles, Duke of Berry and Normandy (Louis' younger brother). In the Treaty of Rouen which ends this conflict, Charles the Bold forces Louis to acknowledge the complete separation of the Burgundian possessions from the Kingdom of France. Charles the Bold also negotiates with Emperor Friedrich III to raise Burgundy to a kingdom and to join the Empire, which ends up happening successfully. Also, Charles, Duke of Berry ends up having a son before his death which continues the House of Berry.
The House of Anjou is never acquired by the French king as René Duke of Anjou and Charles Count of Maine have surviving heirs.