No crowing yet, although now that I read about the "birthday blower" sound on another post, I'm a bit worried about 3 of them (they make this sound when you pick them up and they don't want to be held). The two BRs are the largest, although the BO is pretty close to the same size. Comb is different on both of the BRs; couldn't find a great close-up of Turkey's, but the comb points aren't all in a straight line--a bit of a zig zag instead. None of the five have a definite red at the tips of the combs, thank goodness. The two EE/Amer look completely different, just as they did as chicks. One is significantly smaller than all the rest (she's just passed the size of a very large robin). Henrietta, the BO. Her legs are very pale; don't really see any red in the comb yet. Sage, Amer/EE. Really beautiful feathering; almost looks like she's 1/2 Golden Campine. Legs are very green. She was very fluffy as a chick and still has quite a bit of blue downy feathers on her bottom and beneath her wings. Neck feathers are very fluffy, and around face, too (sorry, don't know proper terminology). Money Penny, the smaller of the Amer/EE. Her legs are also very green. Turkey, BR. Difficult time to get pic of her, and her color is very washed out in this photo. She has the zig-zag type comb. Her tail feathers are still much shorter than all of the others. Splash of black down the front of her legs. Comb developed weeks before others, but no red to it yet. Wanda, the other BR. So, any guesses????