Agreed. I'm a fan, though I've always wondered about something regarding pegasi...
It always seems like for modeling purposes, it is easier to attach the wings further back on the steed but you can envision riders with their legs forward or aft of the wings. From an anatomy standpoint, it would make 'sense' (I know... I'm talking about a winged horse here) for the attachment to be at the shoulds of the animal and utilize the pectoral muscles like a bird. In fact, as I think about it, I'd guess a pegasus would have a seriously beefy front-half.
Sum - what do you think of the possibility of moving the wings to the shoulder of the horse and adjusting the rider's position?
Thanks for sharing!