Those horses are indeed superb. If only they had been done like that for the Napoleonic Prussian cavalry sets. Would of suited the "at rest/ease" type style of those figures brilliantly. 😔
Im tempted to buy a box and see how easy it would be to convert (moreso chop away) all the extra horse furniture to more Napoleonic suited Prussians. Something tells me it would just be too much awkward work.
The style of the cavalrymen with swords drawn in that way would also of been better for the Prussian Hussars and Dragoons.
Hopefully any future "in reserve" type Napoleonic cavalry sets follow this example now, rather than previous ones playing around with carbines too much.
I may not be interested in the WSS, and i have absolutely no knowledge as to the historical accuracy of these sets, but what I will say is that there have been some well thought out poses for these sets and the sculpting really has been top drawer.