Got suspicious after they got older, and finally saw a thread on BYC that said hatchery Sebrights often come with low quality color, and the pictures looked like my girls. I'm not breeding Sebrights, so I don't care about the color. They are better layers than I thought they would be, and they love to get the snails in my garden and fly around the yard. Only one is wild and runs from humans, the other two are really nice. I thought Prissy would be really spunky since she conforms to the breed standard more, but she is the most docile around people and likes to be held. She is one of my favorite chickens. Almost sounds like a rusty wheel when she clucks, kind of squeaky.
Prissy, Tabitha, Belladonna and their adopted sister Marshmallow, they haven't had the heart to tell her she isn't a Sebright. Prissy is the solid gold one with a few feathers missing (she is so docile that she is a bit of a target for the roo)