Here is my oldest buckeye rooster (19 weeks I think) and one of the hens. This hen has the single comb. One hen with a pea comb is downright ugly, the other is shy and I'm having a hard time getting her picture but she looks very similar to her sister except for the proper comb.
I'd like to learn how to pick correct body type. Is the hen too fluffy? The hens seem to have good rich even colouring, I am pleased with that (looks darker in real life than what I see on my monitor). The rooster has a lot of white in his primaries (you can see that), I think his comb and wattles are too big. What other faults do you see? Anything that's right? I'm trying to spot faults/good things. The rooster is just growing in feathers on the back of his neck and that's why he looks bald. Is he correct for fluffiness? He has a weird thing going on with his saddle feathers along his back. They have improved, but they used to stick up on his back. I don't think he has a roach back, it's just the way the feathers lie, but I am not sure.
The pullet is standing a little shifted, but she doesn't look too bad. The evenness of color is excellent, and if she is darker than I am seeing her, then her color came out quite nice. The unfortunate thing with pictures is that to really do a bird justice, one should hold them or at least see different angles of them. Overall, I don't think she looks fluffy, or at least not excessively so. Of course, you have the comb issue and you know that. I think her eye color is more yellow than the reddish bay it should be. I would like to see slightly blockier head, more brow to balance out the beak. It is hard to tell things like tail angle and back length when looking at a bird shifting their weight to one side as she is though.
The cockerel, I hate to say it, ugly on the comb and wattles. I think that is pretty clear. He does appear to have a good head shape and size though. The real killer is that white showing. Otherwise, he shaped up very nicely from the earlier pictures you were showing us.
The angles to get to do a more fair assessment are:
a full on side shot
a shot from directly above of the top of the bird
a good head shot
a shot from directly in front to see the width of their stance and space between their legs.
If possible, also and open wing shot (would need someone to hold while spreading the wing open) This is good because you can then see not just color in the primaries and other wing feathers, but the size and shape of the feathers too. A wider, more uniform and smoothly shape on the wing feathers is desirable, and not too long.
For starting out, it sounds like you have one decent pullet. Do you have any other cockerels that don't have the white in their wings?