Didn't get any more painting done this weekend. I did manage to stop procrastinating on the base sizes and start cutting up the plasticard. I ended up going with an almost standard BKC base recommendation. The only difference is that I decided to base my specialist weapon teams on individual 25x25 bases. That way I can use two bases side by side for BKC and individually for other games such as IABSM. If moving them about gets too fiddly then a bit of tape on the bottom should hold them together (I don't think it'll be a problem though).
I'm really happy with how the miniatures look on the bases, they present very well. Cutting the plasticard was an interesting experience. Following the instructions that came with it I made a cut by running my hobby knife along a straight edge 3-4 times, no need to press to heavily as a straight cut is more important than a deep cut. Turn the plasticard over so the cut is face down and pull up on one edge of the card while placing pressure down behind the cut. The first couple times I tried to bend it I couldn't get it to snap. Applying just a bit more pressure and *SNAP* I had two pieces of plasticard with very straight edges. The only issue I had was where I had a few pieces where I needed to trim off 2-3mm, I needed to use pliers to bend and snap the plastic and in every case it left a wavy edge. Nothing to worry about but just looks untidy compared to the rest.
So then out came the super glue and I'm left with what you see below. The 2mm thick bases just the right size for my fingers to pick up a stand by the base and not the miniature. I need to order some more to finish off the rest.