- There are only six (6) Infantry poses; standing firing (X3 figures), three (3) different kneeling poses (X1 each), a single drummer and a single officer. So, a total of eight (8) Infantry figures to the box, all in a sort of two-deep firing line with no colours.
- Three of the four musket-armed Infantry have "belly box" cartridge boxes instead of the more common large hip box suspended from a belt over the left shoulder. Only one has a true shoulder-hung cartridge box, and he has a belly box to accompany it! And, possibly the most grievous error in design, one of the kneeling figures wears a "proper" knapsack with double shoulder strap detail from a much later era instead of the much more common (and period-correct) shoulder-slung haversack or simple bread bag..
- There are seven (7) Cavalry poses and six (6) of them have already been offered in previous sets as Catalans or French. There is only one new pose on offer here. Each pose but one is a single with the one pose being offered twice, so eight (8) Cavalrymen total in the set.
- All of the Cavalry are really Dragoons, not true "Horse", as all carry their muskets by a shoulder strap over the left shoulder, and have their sword scabbards hung from a waist belt rather than a shoulder belt over the right shoulder.
- The horses are the exact same horses offered in the previous sets, including the absurd one stepping over the barrel, and you get two of him!
- There is a single, small to medium weight, split-trail artillery piece offered with no crew (as we have seen in many of the BUM sets).
- Instead of a "proper" plastic with some durability, it seems that BUM have once again raided the art supply cabinet for all of the available art gum erasers. Trim these from the sprue and handle at your own risk!
All things considered, well short of the mark. If one were to consider fielding an army for this period, you would be better-served by using Zvezda's Russian Infantry of Peter the Great (reviewed here) and simply painting the lower legs as gaiters with painted-on buttons. It's really a bit sad, as many gamers and modeler's were, I'm sure, excited over the announcement of a dedicated range depicting the Spanish/Catalan campaign, and the sculpting quality has improved over time. They just can't seem to get the execution right. As always, the opinions and laments offered are my own.