And I guess they could always be an EE bantam too. They are clean legged and their markings vary so much. I was able to sit and identify (with almost certainty) which chick was what at my co-op because (1) we knew the hatchery that shipped the assortment, so we could look up the list of their bantam varieties and (2) we had a print out that my friend made of those chicks to visually match to the assortment. I think mystery chicks are fun! You can always search for that breeds thread here and post pics to see if anyone can help if the chick and likely they'll have pics of their own to compare because yours already has some beautiful and unique feathering.