Bloody Butcher: Meaty. Thick walls. Very few seeds. Large seeds. Good flavor with qualities similar to that of my Gnocchia di Limone cross, but I prefer the GDL gross for flavor. BB is larger, however.
Coyote: I tasted some more ripe ones today, but they weren't ripe enough. They tasted better than before, however. I didn't save seeds, today (so, I ate the seeds, too).
Matt's Wild Cherry: Ditto, except it was almost ripe enough and tasted significantly better.
Red Robin F1: Meaty, mild, and not sweet, but satisfying. Very few seeds. Thick walls.
Moravsky Div: Good flavor. Lots of seeds (which I like). Good size. Probably thicker walls than Matina had in 2016, but similar taste as it did then. Here's a picture of it sliced open:
Sweet Orange Cherry: Firmer than in previous years. It tasted great before, but it tasted amazing, today (and actually sweet; usually hasn't been this sweet)! I think black plastic and the soil it's in (which isn't ideal for tomatoes) enhanced its flavor. Here are some pictures of the fruits I seeded and tasted (yes, Sweet Orange Cherry is yellow—not orange—or it has always been for me, anyway; my source was Diane Seeds; I should try my other source to see how orange they get).
Fourth of July F1: Excellent sweet taste (I was impressed), moderately thick walls; a good amount of seeds. Here's a picture of the whole fruit: