Dutch range, it covers all the bases, with rifle teams, LMG's, HMG's, mortars, anti tank crews, casualties etc - a really wide variety which you can use to build an entire force with.
The models themselves are more true scale 15mm than the heroic 15mm from battlefront, basically slightly smaller, but not noticeably so on the table top. The quality of the models was good, minimal flash, no miscasts and the mould lines were easy to file away. They come with a variety of different sized 'tabs' at the base, most fitting in the new style bases, with a bit of filler.
The first detail you notice in the model is the famous 'peter pig mouth' this has been something mentioned to me many times, and check their other ranges for it too - a large number of the infantry have a shouting expression on their faces - whilst initially a little odd, it's really good detailing here, not quite plastic crispness but clear.
The other detail I noticed, or noticed wasn't there, was straps on the rifles, just a small detail but it bugged me after a while. The other details like pouches and webbing, marks on helmets etc were easy to see, and after applying the primer and subsequent coats of paint were still sharp.