So far I have found (with great difficulty) Strelets "Stalingrad" and "Police" sets (2 boxes each). But had to go to the U.K. to find the Stalingrad set. However I really like Strelets 4-Sprew boxes so that gives me 2x4=8 Officers each style.
As mentioned in this thread, Odemars did make some great Famous Offices sets, but the only ones I can find on eBay are $20 for 1 sprew.
Caesar's WWII German line, just like Strelets coverage of the Crimean War and now ACW et als are all awesome. Caesar has given us the complete range, and Strelets sets perfectly complement them in size, color unique poses and usefulness. I recall comments on how many sets Caesar needed to put out? Well, just this many! I've got all and have discovered they did a very complete range covering early, mid and late war uniforms and accoutrements. Boots, belts, uniforms, weapons; they all are accurate and appropriate. I'm an early war fan with the tall boots. Ever since the T.V. show "Combat" in the 1960's I've wanted to have a 1/72 WWII collection. And now I do thank you Strelets and Caesar.
Has anyone noticed that Caesar's sculpts are in many sets copies of the Tamiya larger sets? Just check out Tamiya's box art on Google Images. All the poses, whether copies or original, are all tastefully posed. Still I hope they make many more new sets.
Strelets, I'd love to see you make a set of German Officers, especially in Peaked Cap, in battlefield fighting action poses. Existing sets simply have too many looking through binoculars and pointing to the right and standing around poses. We also need more mid-level Sgt. poses for the battlefields, too!