That said, here is a frontal shot of some Thracian light cavalry, by Xyston Miniatures - overall, probably my favorite manufacturer of 15mm Ancients presently on the market.
And a rear shot too, since I decided to attach the shields to the back of the figures (probably a mistake - I think in retrospect, they would look better mounted on the left forearms), and I wanted to show what the nice Little Big Men Studios peltast shield transfers look like.
Also, here is an unit of what Xyston calls Cretan archers.
They look more like ordinary Greek archers to me, probably because I'm used to seeing Cretans represented with a wide-brimmed hat, but maybe that is just a wargaming convention without a lot of actual historical documentation for support. All-in-all though, the figures are more than good enough for my use.
Hopefully, I get those billmen soon, or I probably will be starting on another unit of Macedonian phalangites next instead.