I'm not sure, he's not really light or heavy, about like a regular Ameraucana.
It's all fluff, just like silkie bantams. I don't think he's popular with the ladies because he can't fly up to roost with them. The regular feathers Am roos have no problem getting up with the California Grey hens to roost. I have 2 silkied and 1 regular roo in that pen with 24 CG's and 7 BBS Ams. I'm pretty sure the silkieds are not mating with any of the hens, so it all falls to the regular roo. When I had a Wheaten Am roo in there, fertility was ~25 - 28%, I'm counting on my very worldly and experienced black roo to bring that up considerably. I will know in the next few days when I candle the eggs I set last Fri.
That is the plan. His sisters should be laying by now, but the silkieds seem to grow and mature slower and be just weaker in general. Plus, they really need weatherproof quarters (like silkies). Definitely a specialty bird, like silkie bantams. I love the really rare breeds and while these are frustrating at times compared to the regular ams, I am sticking with them for at least this year.