The two units totaled over 800 riders, so in game terms I field two units. The Uhlans were under 300 strong, so the first unit is all hussars and the second is three stands lancers and one of hussars. It works in game terms, and I reconcile it also with the fifty or so 'Polizei Hussars' also with the command, evidently used as straggler roundup and camp security.
On to the photos! The first is the Hussar unit sporting the blue facings with an otherwise black uniform. The unit performed well in the two battles in June 1815, helping to blunt the cavalry actions of the French at Quatre Bras and played a part, along with so many other allied light cavalry units, against the waves of the French heavy cavalry attacks in the afternoon at Waterloo.
Next up are the Uhlans, actaully the last unit painted in the army, only late last year. Probably the 'brightest' of all the uniforms in the Brunswick army, percentage of the uniform not being black or grey, that is! The light blue lapels (plastrons?) on the coat and the yellow piping on the czapska and other parts of the uniform do 'pop' more against the black uniform than you might think. Overall a good looking unit. Amazingly, the lance pennons do not contain black as a color, but are a light blue over yellow.