The Grenadier Shadowrun figures I've seen were nice, but not outstanding; as I don't own or have access to any at the moment, I can't list what was available apart from those mentioned below. However, I do not think any others were produced.
Let's make it clear that the reviews below are based on photographs of the figures, taken from adverts in the back of some older Shadowrun books. Because of this, not very much can be said about the figures. If you have the actual figures and want to write up a short review about them, please contact Gurth@xs4all.nl.
To the best of my knowledge, Grenadier is out of business.
(An explanation of the items in each review can be found here.)
Parts: unknown (10?)
Overview: According to the caption in the advert, this set contains the following figures: (top row, left to right) street samurai, street mage, burned out mage, elf decker, shaman; (bottom row, left to right) street samurai, mercenary, rigger, former wage mage, and ork mercenary. Obviously, most of these figures have been inspired by the color plates of the character archetypes in the first (and second) edition Shadowrun main rulebook; only the female street samurai hasn't been taken from that book.
In the photo, the figures look fair enough, though not outstanding. The poses are a bit contrived, and anatomy doesn't appear to be too good either, with the ork being almost comical in appearance. On the plus side, the magicians don't all carry staffs while still being recognizable as magical types mainly due to the handwaving poses, granted. Ral Partha has similar figures to all of these in their Shadowrun line, so it's not a big problem if you can't find this set anywhere.
Similar Products: Shadow Runners, Deckers, Human Street Samurai
Parts: unknown (10?)
Overview: Whereas the Shadowrunners set seems to have been of fair standards, this one makes less of a good impression. At least, if that dwarf is really that big, compared to the other figures, and the troll that small... But I'm getting ahead of myself. In the set were the following figures: (top row, left to right) dwarven security guard, Mr. Johnson, company man, chromed security guard, security guard; (bottom row, left to right) wage mage, elven security guard, security guard w/pistol, troll security guard, and ork security guard.
As said above, if the dwarf and troll (and the ork as well) really have the sizes they appear to from the photograph, then this is a rather poor set three out of ten figures would be almost unusable due to their size alone. The other figures look okay, though sculpting seems very "soft" and under-defined. Still, a pity that this set is difficult to find, because Ral Partha doesn't really manufacture much resembling what's in this set.
Similar Products: Corporate Contacts, Corporate Security Guards