I harvested some ripe tomatoes from the F2 Brandy Boy crosses, today. The one from plant B (which is potato leaf) was large and heavily catfaced with some zippering. The one from plant D (which is regular leaf) had a mild case of blossom end rot.
I ate the fruit from plant D without saving the seeds. It tasted quite good and different from its parent. I really liked it. I might describe the flavor as a beefy tomato flavor.
The fruit from plant B was difficult to seed. The stem was firmly attached to the plant, but the stem broke more easily than its parent (so, no scissors were needed). The taste was excellent: sweet and tangy! It was a unique taste. I didn't taste any of that taste that comes from Brandywine types, but I did notice some good big tomato flavor, and it was easily a favorite, this year, so far. The skin wasn't too thick. The texture was nice. Another taster liked it a lot, too, but didn't think it was as sweet as I thought it was (the taster called it a vague sweetness, but seemed very pleased with the fruit). I liked the fruit's eating qualities more than that of the parent fruit. Anyway, I saved seeds and I plan to grow them again next year. Despite the yellowish stuff in the sliced fruit, there wasn't a tough core inside; it tasted better than it looks. The hole in the skin is probably a polination blemish rather than a bite.
I forgot to assess the colors of the fruits (the camera makes pictures look more blue and less red). I think they were both pink, though.
Here are some pictures of the fruit from plant B: