Naturally the uniform was not painted because of the short duration of the style (1741-48). Morier painted the Austrians of Cumberlands army in the new uniform, which maybe arrived at the army in 1748 just before the peace of Aachen.
Obviously the Hungarian lineinfantry played a major role in most of the encounters, which are today forgotten (except me and you perhaps) like Weißenburg and the rivercrossing near Auenheim in 1744.
In my point of view these Hungarian troops fought almost always very well and deserved a better reputation. But today the focus is very much on the Prussian army and some Austrian success in the SYW.
I've read so many topics and still plenty more to read!
In the best of all worlds there would be something the same like Kronoskaf for the WAS. I think that it would be even more interesting because the range of armies in this war was really interesting (Dutch and Piedmont included).
Es marschierten drei Regimenter wohl über den Rhein...