30 RSM95 Prussian Hussars (To be converted into uhlans by simple addition of lances)
30 RSM95 Prussian Dragoons (These will need horses)
30 Spencer Smith Dragoons (plastics in the classic charge pose)
61 RSM95 Prussian Musketeers
21 RSM 95 Austrian Grenadiers (I'll eventually purchase 60 additional RSM Musketeers to form an 80-strong Bavarian Regiment, which will join the Army of Zichenau)
40+ RSM95 and Minden Austrian Grenzers
Various odd Holger Eriksson and RSM95 figures
Various Staff Mounted and on Foot
On another note, I have made the momentous decision to mount my figures on bases over the next several months to save time and effort in moving them on the gaming table. I'll probably use the base dimensions set out by Peter Gilder in his In the Grand Manner ruleset -- I have always loved the look of those old games at The Enchanted Cottage -- but I'll tweak things a bit so I can remove single casualties before an entire base of eight infantry or three cavalry need removal. Skirmishers will be based in close order but two to a base. I'll just move them apart to form open order skirmish screens in woods or on the flanks. Generals and staff will be on bases of two-four figures. Artillery crews and aides de camp will remain unbased.
There are, naturally, a few more details to work out with all of this as I go along, but it should speed up the pace of my games appreciably. Henry Hyde's recent efforts to base his huge collection of Spencer Smiths as well as Charles S. Grant's extremely well-presented "new" armies, as seen in recent Wargaming in History titles and the Wargamers' Annuals, have been the main impetus behind my decision. Monkey see, monkey do and all that you know. Oh, and speaking of Henry, if you have not already done so, visit and bookmark his new blog, Henry Hyde's Wargaming Blog.
Now, one of you asked several weeks ago, before the Christmas period, how various 25-30mm makes of 18th century miniatures stacked up against each other. I have not forgotten! It is just taking me a little time to round up some links to others' blogs that feature several comparison photographs. As soon as I have all of those, I'll post an entry here with the requisite links.