One of the things I brought home from Salute was a selection of 10 mm terrain items: mainly rubble, but also some walls, fences, and a few bridges. I got stuff from three different manufacturers: Pendraken, Time Cast and Field Works.
The first thing I noticed is the variety in colour: I have gotten white resin, tan resin, green resin, and dark grey resin models. They all feel rather brittle, and they are are stronger than they look.
I also purchased walls and fences from Time Cast, as well as a set of bridges. Let's start with those:
Another thing I purchased from Time Cast was a set of fences. These were painless. Cast in metal, the right height, narrow, flat base - after some cleaning up. Happy with those.
I also acquired two sets of rubble from them. Both sets consist of two buildings, all of them in an advanced state of rubblededness :-) So in total I have gotten 4 building rubbles.
The last thing I bought from Time Cast is a pair of damaged buildings:
The last range is from Fieldworks, a manufacturer hitherto unknown to me. They had a small booth on Salute, with a lady manning it (sorry). Their models looked lather large, but they had a nice ruined church and that sold me:
This, of course, is my conclusion. I play a tactical, small scale game, on a scale somewhere between skirmish and platoon scale. My square inch bases have three figures on them, and they represent a fire team with 3 to 5 soldiers. I need buildings that allow movement inside them, and that means I need room inside.
I find the Time Cast models are too small for my needs. I imagine they work fine for platoon sized or company sized games, where units don't move about in houses. I don't like their discrepancy in scales. And I think their bridge size is just off.
The Pendraken models are a good size, and offer a nice tradeoff between looks and size for my playing style. The look is nice and consequent, and neutral enough to allow mixing.
The Fieldworks miniatures are the ones I'm the most happy about, and in hindsight, I wish I had purchase more of these and less from Time Cast. These buidlings work wonders for anything skirmish up to squad scale. All their buildings have removeable roofs and floors. I'm happy I discovered them, and that alone has made the visit to Salute worthwile.