For SAGA this gives me 7 points to chose from. 3 units of 8 warriors (armored spearmen), 3 units of 12 Levy spearmen (un-armored), 1 unit of 12 Levy bowmen, and 1 Warlord.
The size of the force will also allow me to start trying so larger scale rules like Warhamer Historical, Hail Cesar, and Fields of Glory.
Here are all the minis I painted during the 2 weeks. The unit in the upper left not included, they are some I had painted some time ago and decided to touch up a bit.
This unit of 12 is from Warlord Games plastic range of Dark Ages minis. Honestly they are some of the worst plastic minis I have encountered. The parts don't look quite right together, the sculpting is lower quality the Warlords WW2 plastics. I don't recommend getting them unless price is your only driving factor, they are cheap.
These are from Black Tree Design and over all I am very happy with them. My only complaint is the minis that are not sculpted with spears attached come with much thinner wire spears. This can give an odd look when they are side by side.
The Bowmen are also from Black Tree and I love them. I added the arrows and bow strings. The arrows can be bought from Warlord Games. I used sewing thread for the bow strings which I do not really recommend as it is very fuzzy. a better alt would be fishing line.
Here are some close ups of the Black Tree minis with my favorite basing material from Huge Minis.
Finally I though I'd include a photo of the original 4 points of my SAGA Anglo-Saxon army