I understand that the comparison needs to be made to each other. I was just trying to communicate that they are broad and deep birds. I'm also trying to understand what the SOP is calling for when I look at the flock.
They look more uniform in size than the pics show, though there are small differences. "Type" was not the word I should have used.
In time, they will look much more variable to you. They are relatively uniform. Relative to other lines that we could compare them
to. I see the variability though, and a lot of it. These are some birds that I am personally familiar with. A bird from my own is the sire.
What I was trying to do was start to help you see "what the SOP is calling for". You have it figured out though. Or you will in time.