Thanks! I was thinking maybe that's how it goes, that they just throw different colors but are the same breed.
Jumbo are the same size as the rest? I looked up some Jumbos & they showed these quail that were just MASSIVE! Thank you! I thought the white ones were the same look as the pictures of Texas A&Ms.
Most "jumbos" have been mixed with others so they aren't really "jumbo" anymore. The white ones are just normal (wildtype) but with 2 copies of the recessive white gene (they need 2 copies of the gene to appear white), cross them with the "british range" (solid brown ones) and you should get tuxedos (brown back white belly). Your other ones look like golden, although if they have reddish spots on their backs instead of black then they might be "autumn amber", which is another form of gold. Golden is a dominant gene so I believe them crossed with any of your other ones the babies will be golden, but not 100% sure of that.
OK, got really going there lol, that is probably very confusing but basically, you should get some nice looking babies from them. Oh and the goldens can be sexed by feather color, females will have speckled chests and males will have solid colored chests. The whites and british range can not, you have to wait til they "crow" or lay an egg
This thread has some great pics showing the different color mutations of coturnix quail http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/102281/coturnix-quail-basics-information-and-pictures-galore