Doing intense research on the Saxon Army in FPW I came to a few facts which I wasn't aware off. The strenght of this Army will by far exeed all I have done before as they took over the Prussian Unit Organisation by the letter.
To show the extent of this here are a few examples:
A Regiment of Infantry had a strength of 3000 men organized in 12 companies which formed 3 Battalions in the field. That gives 250 men for each company! That said and using the future Ruleset of 4E with a figure man ratio of 1:20 a Battalion would have 50 Figures!
But, as the Regiments have to form a Reserve Battalion that stayed at home to train recruits you can say that the average strength of the companies would have dropped to approx. 200 men so you will have 40 Figures in each Battalion and 120 figures in a Regiment.
2 Regiments formed a Brigade, 2 Brigades a Division. One Division did have the 2 Jaeger Battalions attached while the other had the Fusilier Regiment of 3 Battalions attached. Each Division had a Foot Artillery 'Abteilung' of 4 Batteries, 2 Heavy 9cm(6pdr) and 2 Light 8cm(4pdr), of 4 guns each. Krupp Guns of course.
There have been 8 Line Infantry Regiments, 3 Battalions each, 1 Fusilier Regiment with 3 Battalions and 2 Jaeger Battalions.
That gives 29 Battalions with 40 figures each: All together 1.160 Figures Infantry.
The Cavalry formed 6 Regiments of 5 Squadrons each, 4 Field and 1 Depot Squadron. A squadron had between 125 and 150 men. The Saxon Cavalry built 1 Garde Reiter Regiment, 3 Reiter Regiments and 2 Ulan Regiments.
The Artillery was formed in 1 Regiment, later transformed in a Brigade. The Regiment consisted of 14 Foot Batteries and 2 Horse Batteries which were grouped in 4 'Abteilungen' of 4 Batteries each. The strength of one battery is given in peacetime with 4 guns while at war with 6 guns each. Its a bit unclear where the number of 6 is coming from but maybe I find out later.