The SYW Austrian range has now been painted up and added to the Pendraken catalogue. The painter has put an enormous amount of effort in, using the black undercoat technique. I imagine these took a fair while to do as they were commissioned specifically to advertise the product. They certainly look more spectacular than my humble efforts.
We tend to do this in our games - big 12pdrs set up and then stay there; similarly the lighter guns (medium) - they may have been limbered and moved at the start of the game, but once unlimbered that becomes their chosen position for the rest of the game and the limbers disappear from the table. I am not a competition player but play my games with a group of friends. Between us we sort out what we think would work and try not to include too many amendments as trying to remember them, or include large numbers of them, slows down both play and enjoyment.
My very first attempt at SYW back in the late 80s was 6mm - combination of Irregular and H and R - on very large plywood bases with attached battalion guns. Trouble was I didn't take to the Volley and Bayonet rules system, so the project was never completed. Maybe one day for use with BP rules which are not fussy about base sizes.
Pendraken 10mm have commissioned painted photos of their extensive SYW range for their online catalogue. Thus far only the British and Prussians have been completed but the photos do look remarkably good and show the wide range of poses available. As yet they do not show the other nations or the alternative standard bearers (generic) with bare flagpoles for adding one of the Pendraken (or any other manufacturer's) flags*. These are a different pose to the cast on flag figures in the Prussian range. As can be seen the British range does not have cast flags. Personally I feel that the Prussian standard figure should have been recast without the flag. There is also another very useful generic figure not yet painted up but illustrated in its bare metal, i.e. the kneeling, firing tricorn man.
*I actually use the Baccus 6mm flags which are slightly smaller and fit the Pendraken flagpoles much more comfortably.