I know I said that I'd be using the 1809 order of battle, but these troops have been painted in the 1810 version of the uniform. I liked the idea of orange facings, so, the 1810 version it is! Also inaccurate are the brass reinforcing bands on the helmets, but I liked the look of the pimped up hats, so they stayed.
There are 3 converted figure: the flag bearer, one of the grenadiers and the NCO. There's only one pose of a marching grenadier, so as there's no difference with the fusiliers besides headgear, I replaced the head of one of the marching fusilers with that of a grenadier. Similarly, I'd used the fusilier NCO as the flag bearer after carving out his musket and hand and replacing it with a flag pole and hand from the British Peninsular Infantry Command set (minus the tassle). Rather than repeat the the same figure in the unit, I used the grenadier NCO (which was the source of the marching grenadier's head) and popped the spare fusilier head on him!
Thanks for the good wishes during my recent illness. I tell you, it was touch and go there for a while. I couldn't have pulled through without you!