http://toysoldierhq.com/ (a great resource). The Highlanders are definitely Old School, but they have a certain charm. I made up the plaid, I think it's the MacStern clan. The English grenadier is a Charbens recast. Again, very Old School. I had to add a fair amount of painted on detail. Until LOD Enterprises re-releases the Barzso British infantry from the Last of the Mohicans range, I will use my AWI British for the line company figures. Considering I have 50 Highlander kilts to paint, it may take a while before I get this collection onto the game table.
How would you treat mixed line and grenadier units? I am planning to use About Bonaparte for the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion. In that conflict, the British did not field converged battalions of grenadiers (and no light infantry yet), but instead divided the usually full strength, or over strength, grenadier company and placed half on each of the flanks. I am thinking about using a 12 figure unit with 8 line infantry and four grenadiers, two on each flank. But it could be real headache, giving them different abilities and keeping track of who becomes a casualty. I guess it depends whether you look at the units as companies or full battalions. Is it worth it or should I just field separate grenadier units, even though it's unhistorical? Do you recall how you dealt with this question in your club's 2012 Culloden game?