Been playing HoW for about 6 months now, along with a few others at the 'Alvechurch Templars' Wargames Club in North Worcestershire, England. Besides initially causing a lot of work with rebasing, it has provided many hours of enjoyment playing what was a new period for us. (Previously we were almost 100% Ancients using WRG 6th, DBA & SAGA mainly.)
Anyway, here's photos of some of my (metal) 28mm Brits .....
Going from top left we have a medium gun (2 done so far), two line battalions (6 done), battalion command base close ups, one of two Dragoon regiments, one of two Light Infantry units and finally my C-in-C having a pre-battle chat with two of his Brigadiers. (My infantry brigadiers are always on foot - being British they like to get stuck in with their troops.)
Damnitz - The nearer line battalion with yellow turn backs and cuffs, (which are white edged), is the 29th. The rear line battalion with blue (& white edges) is my favourite - it's the 4th Regiment of Foot known as "The Kings Own". (One reason for favouring it is blue & white are my football team's colours - Birmingham City).
Leman - The front rank is kneeling, the rear is standing. I had to stagger for two reasons - (a) So the rear rank bayonets miss the hats in the front, and (b) So that I can form them into column because the front rank bayonets stick out about 1cm from the base front edge.
I will paint this year the 8th or king's Regiment. I find the blue and white very nice too.
It's very interesting to see how you painted the dragoons. I've my problems with dragoons because I don't know a manufacturer for nice british dragoons in my scale (20 mm or 1/72). Therefor I will have to change heads.
Es marschierten drei Regimenter wohl über den Rhein...