I tested the graphics for the Portuguese and Danish with SVN 849, which completes the European colonial powers. The Portuguese were fine. The only comment I have is that brown seemed an odd choice for the prevailing colour amongst the land units, but that's minor. For the Danish, I have a few points. In this close-up of several of the ships of the fleet, you can see the "checkered" pattern differs between several warships, especially the Ship of the Line and Man 'o' War in the front right. The Ship of the Line has grey strips interspersed with the red and black of the porthole pattern but the Man 'o' War does not: Spoiler : " align="" border="0" /> When you take a side view of these two ships, you can see why. The Ship of the Line has its grey guns pointing out of the ports, and they look perhaps a bit too long as well: Spoiler : " align="" border="0" /> Now, I'm all for variety, but I don't think this is realistic. Besides the guns being a bit too long, typically a warship did not show its guns outside of combat (or firing practice). The normal way to sail would be with the gun ports closed, as is the case with the Man 'o' War. And unless one zoomed in on a side view, it's hard to appreciate that the grey strips are guns anyway. So perhaps this can be changed to look like the man 'o' War hull? Another point is the land units. There is a slight differentiation in the Veteran and Regular musketmen by the vests used, but there is no difference in the Dragoons and Cuirassiers. In this shot of dragoons, veteran soldiers are on the left, and regular soldiers on the right: Spoiler : " align="" border="0" /> Also, there is no difference between regular and free colonist musketmen (regular on the left, free colonist on the right): Spoiler : " align="" border="0" /> Other than those points, the Danish and Portuguese graphics were fine.