The "9" is well earned. All poses look very life-like. The Japanese rifles are delicate.
Strelets also seems to have altered some masters (at least there are some masters published which wrongly are wearing a quiver on the back).
PSR prefers slim bodies and equipment. (That's why I never understand Caesar's Germans usually are earning a "10" while looking like 1940ies propaganda guys. Bulky body and small head...
Most companies have stopped releasing new boxes. So PSR will learn that Strelets is one of the few remaining producers which is releasing more and more sets and also highly improving their level of sculpting.
My only wish: mould-making should adopt the new level of sculpting.