Tyranids and Space Marines. The new Termagants look great, I love the subtle changes to the Fleshborer and some of the extra details. However, there may be a bit too much on the carapace chitin for something folk will be painting dozens off. That said it's been pointed out these will be so easy to paint with Contrast, it's just my old school scheme that will be a challenge. I can't imagine painting more than what's in the box though, as I've already decided to commit to update all my oldest Termagants next hobby season
But the new data cards are interesting and I'm glad to see Devourers have had their strength increased back to 4. They're almost a decent alternative to the Fleshborer now, which has had its AP-1 removed, but still S5. Spinefists may even be an option too!
However, the launch video has a different version of the data card with Rippers appearing to be a unit upgrade. I'm not sure how this makes things simpler, with mixed models in a brood but all the info is on the card so we'll just have to wait and see. Plenty of other half glimpsed new bio-organisms in the cinematic trailer too. Whether they're the ones we really need or not we'll discover. I do think the 9th edition cinematic was a bit more forthcoming with seeing the new Necrons; the Tyranids are a bit more obscured which seems unnecessary. Certainly in a few months when the models are fully revealed this will fall short at showcase the amazing evolution of these creatures.
And on to the Lion and yes I see Charles Dance, moreso than Davos Seaworth and I will definitely be picking him up when he becomes available. I'm certainly happier with him as my Primarch than the Guilliman model.
Out of the four heads though I'm most likely to go with option four - the winged helm. I've no idea how this massive model will sit with my stunty First Born models but he was going to stand head and shoulders above Primaris anyway so it may just make him look even more impressive.