Yes, I suppose. But at the moment, we've got a dozen different pikemen/arquebusier/halberdier/et al options that are languishing in limbo. What I was suggesting was that WF produce a boxed set design using the new mini-sprues concept. I made a L&U introduction but so far it seems to have gotten lost, so I'll lay it out here.
This kit would comprise a modular set of mini-sprues containing that would allow people to purchase and equip a Renaissance army with a high degree of customisability.
The basis of the kit would consist of two six-body sprues.
One of these will consist of a set of unarmoured bodies and between six to eight heads, preferably unarmoured. A second of these will consist of six armoured bodies, three of which would wear breastplates, two of which would wear breastplates and tassets (thigh guards) and one with tassets, spaulders and a decorated cuirass, along with at least six heads wearing helmets such as morions, Cassabets, skull caps and sallets to allow for a high degree of customisability.
The bodies themselves should be reasonably generic, with the classic hose, puffy shirts and trousers and rakish hats so they can be used as most early to mid-Renaissance infantrymen.
The weapon's sprues would be consist of:
A pike sprue, containing 12 pikes and arms in a variety of a poses.
A ranged weapons sprue, consisting of 6 crossbow arms and 6 arquebus arms, plus ammunition pouches for the model.
A meleé weapons sprue, containing 4 Zweihander arms, 4 sets of bared sideswords and bucklers, and 4 halberd arms.
There should also be an accessories sprue, containing six Katzblagers and six other sheathed sideswords.
Personally, I think this idea is a pretty solid one. It gives us pretty much everything you need for a Renaissance army, it could be very useful for people playing WHFB as the Empire is fundamentally a Renaissance army which forgot it's pikes - and these would be cheaper and better quality than GW miniatures, and, more to the point, everyone who wants Renaissance soldiers would get them.