My Silver Bayonet French project:
Wargamer Hot and Dangerous Hussar, Old Guard Grenadier, Polish Lancer, and Officer. Brigade Games Sapper. Warlord Games Vivandiere and two sprues from issues of Wargames Illustrated.
The Hot and Dangerous models are incredibly detailed and finely casted. I am slightly worried about them being too fragile for the gaming table .... but it will probably be all right once they are assembled.
The Grenadier is a great model. Bayonet is frail but looks good.
The Hussar is also a gorgeous model. The seperate torso means creating a dismounted version will be relatively easy. (I need to order a second model for the dismounted conversion.... I was holding out until I got this model in hand and saw the way the parts broke down.) I think some of the Wargames Factory female Zombie survivor legs will work with some file work for dismounted Napoleonic cavalry legs. The new Deadman's Hand female Gunfighters II legs might also work.
I think "Bonnie" will make a fine Officer with some chopping and possibly leg swapping. It's going to be a chunk of work. Haven't really hacked on a metal mini in years.
The Polish Lancer is a little disappointing. The pose with the lance will make making a mounted version difficult. It's hard to substitute other weapons in the dismounted pose. Additionally her overalls are sagging which is fun for a pinup but less so for what I'm trying to do. A shame as it's otherwise a beautiful mini and I LOVE Polish Lancers.
EDIT: It's also disappointing that there's no rules for lances in Silver Bayonet. Seems like it would be a natural choice for trying to deal with monsters. Easy enough to make my own rule/points I suppose.