TMC Jump Troops, the Harook are excellent castings. Mold lines weren't visible on any of them, there were only a few strands of heat-vent flash, and the detail is exceptional. The bases are just a bit thicker than I prefer, but nothing more than you'd see on most Critical Mass minis. It only took about ten minutes to file them all down and get them onto painting sticks.
There are ten unique poses in the pack, just like we saw in the preview. Each has a unique, and all but the command figure are in dynamic action poses. And they're tall - it's easy to imagine they evolved from some kind of large terror bird.
These should be a great opponent for my Hammer's Huskers mercenaries. :) I knocked out a few more troopers and the commander, which is probably my favorite figure. He's carrying one of those one-handed tablet devices that is becoming so popular on 15mm command figures. I don't know who thought of that first, but it's a great idea. Those things can be a medical scanner, an artillery coordination controller, a remote for a heavy weapon or recon drone, or even just a simple radio or GPS.
For now, the Harook offer a great squad of grunts or elite troops - perfectly suitable for a small skirmish, or as part of a larger Alien Legion-style army. But the range is far from complete. The Harook are going to be fleshed out into a full army very soon. A command squad, plasma and SAW gunners, and crew-served weapons will be available next.. Mad Robot has shared this concept art as a promise of things to come: