A couple of years ago, Uncle Mike from Strange Aeons had a booth set up at Trumpeter Salute. I had the chance to try a game and thought the figures were cool, so I bought the rulebook and a couple of packs of figs.
I have never yet actually played a game of SA (other rules keep getting in the way... it was around that time I got Force On Force, and that took all my gaming energy for the next year or so), but I did paint up some of the miniatures.
From left to right, we have a Cultist high-priest type, an Innsmouthy fishman (I added the anglerfish dangler), and three investigators.
When I painted up the miniatures I wasn't particularly happy with the sculpting. There isn't a lot of fine-grained detail and the cultist, especially, was very hard-edged, as though the master had been whittled out of wood instead of sculpted with putty. Even the folds of the cloth came to a sharp ridge instead of a smooth curve. It was strange.
Anyway, after having painted them up, I think they look nice and make for very useful miniatures for pulp-type gaming. The miniatures are cast in some sort of very strong, but lightweight resin, and are effectively indestructible - you could throw one as hard as you want against a wall and it wouldn't take any damage.
My wife and I both still have some unpainted miniatures, and there's one in particular that I think I'll need for my ongoing Pulp Alley campaign, so it's high on the painting roster.