They are very nicely cast in a solid gray plastic with excellent detail and many options. They avoid the "giant hands and faces" syndrome that afflicts so many 28mm figures these days and the horses are quite good. From a wargames standpoint I could happily pass on the downed knight in favor of a couple more usable minis. The box art is lamentable and I overlooked the box on the shelf even after I was informed of their presence by a store employee. Anyways, on to the review.
first we have a look at the high-tech Anton's Blog photo studio
contents of the box
the command sprue front, note Bishop Odo with his cudgel
command sprue back
very nicely done but of limited use
not just chain mail, nice
hands are in proportion and the swords are finely cast
crisply done heads, they provide more than you need, a neat touch
more faces, you can almost see the confidence
even the back of the shields are detailed
good looking horses
the horses might just be a little small and not shaggy enough
All in all an excellent first effort and a good choice of subject (plastic 28s being currently overrun by Romans and hairy barbarian types).