Above are two of the Gorgon "second class citizen spearmen" Etruscans, flanked by two of the Aventine Volscians. I still know relatively little about this period, but what is apparent to me is that, as I had hoped, the two ranges are an excellent match for height and build. Indeed, at one stage, I got the minis mixed up and couldn't tell which range they came from! They come with a tidy rectangular shield (not shown), and are finely sculpted with very little flash, indeed.
Above are two hoplites and a phalangite; from left to right Foundry, Gorgon and Crusader (I couldn't lay my hands on a Crusader hoplite). It is a pity that the light was poor because I couldn't catch all the detail on the Gorgon Etruscan 1st Class hoplite figure. If you click, you still should be able to see the trim around the cheek plates on the helmet, and the scales on the composite cuirass are fantastic; the detail on this mini is exceptional. These figures can also be used as Greek Hoplites.
So I'm delighted with my new minis; thanks Hank! It's likely that the next year (post-Zama) I'll paint up some units of mixed Aventine and Gorgon minis.