Just got the Pegasus, BTR 260 and riders from Armies Army and here are size comparison pics as all appreciate them.
Pegasus is a nice shaped little model. As you can see it sizes well with the new seated models but may look slightly small with the older ones.It would be excellent for 10mm.Resin Casting is good and the tail fits perfectly to main body. The best feature are the metal engines, some flash along the blades on one of the engines but this can easily be removed.They would look good even on 28/30mm models and can just imagine them on other conversions/scratch builds. In fact I'm thinking about a 4 engined version of the Pegasus.
The BTR 260 is a great model and follows the same lines of the 290. Again the resin is cast well as are the metal wheels and turret.I like how the rear top is different from the 290 as can be seen in the photos.I must say that the BTR 200 series is one of my favourite streamlined vehicles (compare it to Khurasan's Iguana) and would be very happy to see it expanded.
The seated troops are a welcome addition to 15mm (not sure but I think they're the only ones like them on the market ). Good casting with some mould lines which again can be removed easily enough.I'm thinking of using them for Middle Eastern troops though the main problem will be to paint the head scarfs in black & white stripes.I might also convert some to have more diversity.
Armies Army is one of my favourite makers and Keith is a great guy to do business with.