The whole 9 yards. Actually it's about 1 yard but that doesn't have the same ring to it.
The 3 figures at the front the Assassin, Priest and Commissar were not painted by me, the Assassin was painted by a mate back in the mid 90's, The Priest was bought painted from my local GW when they once sold off painted figures sometime in the 90's The Commissar is from ebay and is destined for a Detol bath.
This is the command section and the Imperial Agents: the Grey Knights, Inquisitor, Adepta Sororitas, Ecclesiarchy, Callidus Assassin and Psykers all have their original 90,s paintwork. The Ratlings, Commissar and Imperial advisors are recent additions.
The Assassin in the front wasn't painted by me either, but I can't remember where it came from!
As I said earlier I painted up the bulk of the army for 7th Ed games, I played about 5 games in total which all proved to be most unsatisfactory. These games were all played against younger opponents more concerned with victory at all costs that an enjoyable event or even a tactical challenge. Some of the more noteworthy opponents included an Space Wolf who didn't deploy anything at the start of the game but turned up on turn 2 in 6 Drop pods, actually it was 6 plastic pint glasses as he didn't have the Drop pod models and a Battle Sister with 6 Rhinos with 2 flamers in each Rhino. In all fairness to my more competitive opponents 40K had changed dramatically from when I played 2nd and 3rd Ed and while I hesitate to call it more complicated it was certainly more detailed and I had neither the time nor the inclination to learn to play properly. If I had I wanted to play it properly I would have probably got the Blood Angels out of the retirement home and put them in 6 pint glasses, I mean Drop pods.