This guy above was sold to me as a "black sex link" chick (which I was told was definitely female - LOL.). As a chick, he was solid black with a yellow dot on his head and his legs were black. As a grown rooster he now has pinkish legs and very pink webbing in his toes, and silver/black lacing on his chest. Is that a "pea comb"? I am unfamiliar with what a pea comb would look like on a rooster? He has a sweet, curious disposition and he has a medium build. This guy in the 2 pics directly above was presented to me as an EE also. When he was a chick he was black and white mottled, but now he has more color. He has yellow legs. Is that a rose comb? I thought that EEs had to have pea combs? Maybe I am wrong. Again, my first time with roosters. I know what a rose comb looks like on hens, but not on roosters. He is a large rooster with a mean disposition, especially since I put him in the isolation chamber (separate pen). The guy above was also sold to me as an EE. He is a small chicken, but his comb looks more like the rose comb on my hens. Finally, this guy in the two pics above was sold to me as an EE. As a chick he was solid gray (the color of his belly in this pics), but as you can see, he grew to be black, with gray belly and splashes of red around his hackle feathers. Does he have a pea comb? He is a large rooster with a flighty but non-aggressive (to humans) disposition for now. He is very aggressive towards the other roosters. I realize that all of these chickens are probably mutts. I don't mind. We are going to process the extra roosters and I get to keep one. I want to keep one that will carry the blue egg gene, and one that will produce pretty little mutt babies. I crossed a solid white Bresse rooster with a Dominique and they are really ugly babies, so next time I am hoping for a better looking mutt. (The Bresse/Doms look like dalmations with dirty feathers.) Any help you experts can lend would be appreciated. D-day is tomorrow for these guys and I must choose wisely.