I have posted some new isometric figures HERE
Whilst working on them, I have also thought about how to make iso playing easier for peoples wishing to test it. It has already been mentioned, but imho, the more important would be the possibility of saving the table with the illustrations within the rptok. Without it, peoples wishing to casually have a try must assemble at least a dozen tables before playing. Not very casual. Whilst with the table saved in the rptok, they just have to drop the token on the map. From the discussion on the developers forum, it seems possible, but I don't have the slightest idea about how or how easily. It is way out of my league in programming.
It would also be fine if some peoples here would be willing to test and experiment the iso feature, in real play, during real sessions, and publish their experience somewhere, on a blog or something like that.
So, here is the deal: if someone (or even better several peoples) is willing to do it, I propose to make the battlemaps needed (maybe in different styles: flat, 2.5D or full iso), all the NPCs and monsters needed, and, of course the PCs (several sets of PCs if there are several GMs willing to participate). And I am sure we could ask Jagged for help if anyone was to hit a problem.
It would also be a way to promote Maptool for something no other VTT does.