I have also finished a troop of regiment Alt Modena - the only cuirassier regiment in the army with blue facings. I often play games with non-historical line ups, and it is useful to be able to easily distinguish a unit which may be fighting on the other side.
With respect to the size, I also took a couple of photos of them against the Russian marching infantry, which are the most upright.
They do not look all that out of scale, and horses are fine for cuirassiers, however the riders are too big.
Sculpting of the dragoons is well underway, and the current plan is that there will be an officer, a standard bearer, a drummer and a trooper.
Th original plan was for a trooper and horse in postures similar to to that of the cuirassiers. However I am having second thoughts on this, and think they might look better on a trotting horse for more variety - any thoughts?
As always please keep the comments coming.