Maybe I'll start my own breeding project, as I have always had a strong fondness for genetics. I need to see what hatches out of my eggs (and what survives until breeding age), but I was thinking about crossing my EE's with my RIW's to try and get a prolific blue egg layer that will lay all year round. I realize the first generation would most likely produce the olive to brown toned green eggs, but perhaps I can/will find a few blues in there. Or at least a few that seem blue with a brown undertone rather than the typical green. I would single those out to hatch and breed that batch together and see how the eggs turned out, then repeat the process until I ended up with a nice shade of blue. Then after that group has been established for a while, I'd look into crossing with silkies to get a fluffier EE that would produce a lot of blue eggs. Anyone done anything similar?