I am but one voice, but I like all those crinkly, wrapped around things. Much more interesting to look at in raw plastic and more impressive when painted, IMHO--a good way to hide my average painting too Donald! :)
A pity that there is not scope to satisfy both.
Garrison's suggestion seems the best compromise--definitely no shortage of extra plastic in Strelets' sprue for two or more options! Only trouble is that the 'fit' of such things is never as good as single, moulded figures.
Ah, is there never an end to this minor, insignificant, 'First World Problems'!
Have to admit I have a preference for the moulded plastic flags. They have more character to me than paper flags, which look nice printed, but still look like paper.
Fair enough, Danny. I've been printing my flags at work (with permission!) on a very expensive digital colour printer on slightly glossy hi-quality paper. The result is fabulous.
When you get flags/banners with lots of fine detail (eg using some of the excellent Dark Age Saxons from Strelets to hold paper flags with convoluted Celtic designs), a photocopy beats anything I could do with a paint brush.