Otl, western Iberia is simply, well, Spain. There's some tension with the Galicians, but nothing too major. However, in the early 1100s, under Count Afonso, the county of Portucale attempted to rebel and become "king of Portugal." Now, this failed of course, as the people Henry appealed to (the crusaders and burgundy), failed to materialized aid. But, lets say that Henry forms a successful independent state in Iberia. what happens?