Eumenes became commander at the end of Alexander's campaigns actually. Plutarch tells us that Alexander started to give him military tasks and independent command. So, not after Alexander's death.
I also still want to know about what military commanders of Alexander you are talking about. Give me more names.
In comparison with that Schwarzenberg who was always so indecisive and inactive, you'll understand the stark contrast between a "great military commander" and a "mediocre military commander".
But you still decided to mention Swedish of that period and not French. It's probably historical bias you have.
I also mentioned French revolutionary army as another example.
The main reason for mentioning different armies was the point I was trying to make, which is that I do not think that any particular army in any period of history looks that extraordinary in the grand scheme of things; or if it does, it's still pretty impossible to distinguish "the best collection of talent".
The second reason is that I chose different examples to illustrate my point, which was that there are several historical armies from different areas of the world that might be considered "talented". As I knew I was going to mention the revolutionary French in my list of examples I chose to use another country as an example for an earlier time period. You can swap the Swedes for the Spanish army in the 1500's(1600's), Ottomans, The Manchu, or any other army you fancy. You can swap them even for the French, although I think it does not convey my idea rhetorically as well as the original version as then they are mentioned twice (mentioning them twice would also be possibly considered a bias...).