Re: Moving up the queue, some French Napoleonics...
I must be in a minority then.
I like marching figures. Action figures are useful for troops in skirmishing regiments, but for me I prefer my figures to be marching.
I have been a re-enactor for over 30 years, and always the biggest part of any battle, is moving from place to another - "shoulder your arms, to your right hand face, March". The time actually spent fighting is quite a lot less.
I have been a military history enthusiast for a lot longer - 40 odd years - and the main thing you read is "So and So then marched his men to there" or "Duc de Wotsitz marched his troops over the mountain etc", time spent in marching far away outweighs any time spent in action. Even in the colonne d'attaque only the front few men were able to shoot, so the archetypical French formation was a marching formation.
I am quite happy for people to have Action poses, I don't have anything against them, but I want my armies in marching poses - simple as that.