Prior posts on Pepper Variety Reviews are here: Part 1 and Part 2
We've already mentioned Joe's Long Cayenne (top keeper) and Numex Big Jim (not returning) in Part 1.
We're not really going to rate these at this time except to say that we're pretty happy with this rotation of peppers.
Cool plants with variegated leaves. They tend to be brittle (breaking easy when you pick, breaking easy in the wind) but seemed to do little better in the high tunnel, despite our thinking this might be the case. Lots of small peppers that eventually turn completely red. Great taste and quite warm. Easily 50+ peppers per plant. If you like a hot chowder type soup, I bet these would be perfect. (picture courtesy of Seed Savers)