These guys have been built for a while but I only got around to taking photos today.
This is the Shas'vre (team leader for those yet to see sense and join the Greater Good). He's armed with a fusion blaster and has a target lock as a support system. This lets him blow stuff up, without stopping the unit hailing nearby squads with anti infantry firepower. He is however magnetised so he can swap out his fusion blaster for a burst cannon, like the rest of the squad.
This is one of soon to be four Shas'ui armed with a burst cannon. He too is magnetised. He has been repositioned to be running.
This is the second Shas'ui I have at the moment. Again, he has been magnetised and positioned to be running.
Now, onto repositioning the legs. Short version: DON'T!
It's a bit of a pain. Well, to clarify, the first step is. The rest is dead easy to anyone who converts models regularly.
Step 1: cut the joints you want to reposition completely. First score the whole way around the joint. Then cut it right through. This is the hard part as the joints on these guys are not straight across. It requires more than a little fiddling around with the knife to get it right. Be damn careful doing this as one slip and you're in hospital (I've done it myself!) .
Step 2: use a hobby knife to score pilot holes in the middle of each cut surface and drill a few mm in to the limb.Put a pin in one of the holes and bend it until the other side is pointing the way you want the second piece to be pointing. Glue the pin into both holes
As a side note, I said in my last post that I was planning to enter these in a painting competition but after careful deliberation, I've decided not to for one simple reason: I'm painting them as part of an army. They'll stand out if painted to a higher standard than the rest of the army. So, I've decided to leave them out of the competition.