If Greece eventually is as strong and united as it appears it will become ITTL, it would be hard to see why they wouldn't end up in control of at least some parts of Asia Minor. If the Ottomans do indeed collapse, Greece would have the perfect opportunity to assert its claims to the parts of Asia Minor with significant Greek populations, and its hard to see how any Greek government would be able to resist calls for at least some expansion. Its not necessarily that this is the best move for Greece (although it definitely could work if done intelligently), its just that public opinion in favor of expansion and the pressure to protect the Greek populations in Asia Minor would be too powerful. While it might be possible to prevent reckless expansionism like was seen IOTL, unless something happens to remove the large number of Greeks from Turkey it seems likely that a strong Greece would feel compelled to seize land in a post-Ottoman collapse Asia Minor.Long term for this Greece I favor taking no land in Asia. Constantinople and north agean coast would still be quite the surprise. Along with as aggressive as possible greekification of the Albanians/misc people’s in the north of Greece. That plus the ALL the islands plus earlier industrialization strong military investment could see a Greece that is the strongest country south of Austria and west of Persia.