He really does! He's the only one with a huge comb (I'm guessing that's what happens when you cross a v-shaped with a rose - it's split into a v at the back). I'm so pleased that I found this thread and it made me decide to try hatching my flock's eggs. I love it when I'm not lazy and do my fringe up in a swirl and swoop so that he and I match. :D
Uzisuzuki, I love their coloring. All of our roosters have the really pronounced combs, also. I love the look of them unfortunately, they are not winter friendly and two suffered frost bite damage in spite of my best efforts to prevent it. We had a long stretch of icy weather where the temp would come up during the day and it would rain buckets and then drop to the single digits and teens over night. The silly chickens went out during the day, came in wet and in spite of opening more vents and turning the bedding, their pretty combs are not so pretty any longer even with vasoline and bag balm smeared on them. We finally resorted to installing a double light fixture in the coop and turning blue and red low wattage light bulbs that keep the air from being too cold for them at night. They are healed now and I want to prevent further damage.
We have a Buff O hen sitting on 7 eggs right now with a hatching date somewhere around the 27th of the month. Three eggs (I think) were laid by the Welsummers and the rest by the Buff O hens. We are looking for Buffs and Wellies crossed with either our Wellie roosters, or our lone Buff O rooster or our Lavender O rooster. I'm rooting for Larry Bird, the Lavender boy who is just a beautiful roo but has to ambush the hens when the other boys have their backs turned as he is lowest rooster on the totum pole.
I can hardly wait to see what little mutts pop out of the shells!
I did have a little frostbite scare with him early on this season. We also have the fluctuating temps and he wasn't in an ideal roosting situation overnight. I guess I caught it early enough that he didn't lose any points, even the one I was sure was going to lose a tip. Last winter, I just had to deal with my sebright's rose comb, so this has been a learning experience. :) Best of luck with your hatch!