The figures are on the large side of 25/28mm. Being F&IW figures their reference point in terms of size is more Redoubt Miniatures than Conquest; the latter would look rather puny in comparison. So I'd suggest keeping these figures in their own units and not mix them with other standard AWI ranges. They are, however, a very good fit for the new(ish) King's Mountain Miniatures over mountain men, which Bill Nevins tells me were designed with more than one eye on the F&IW. The figures are easy to paint - the surface detail is crisp and accessible and the various straps are clearly set out.
You can't have too many militiamen for the AIW, so I recommend these figures, which come from a mixture of "settlers" and "un-uniformed militia" packs. Galloping Major have some sailors n the pipeline which will also be very useful for the AWI - the Savannah scenario, for example, requires a unit of 8 sailors. So it's worth putting this company on your AWI radar.
24 figures. Painted June 2013-June 2014.