The Ronin w/Naginata set is excellent with crisp/deep cuts for the detail and dynamic poses. Attaching weapons was a little wonky, but that is mostly due to fat fingers and old CyA.
The first casting (see above) looks like a well equipped grizzled old veteran. The other two have a wonderful, ragged look that plays up the ill equipped and "down-and-out-ed-ness" of these masterless warriors.
I tried to get a little more fancy with the lacing on the armor, and that is a piece I continue to struggle with for these larger Samurai models. They look much better in real life, as my current replacement digital camera is just not up to snuff.