I'm finding mixed information about Blue Slate turkeys and would love some clarification. "Splash" birds are ashy colored birds with black/dark spots scattered around. Splash to Splash breed true. "Blue" are light, even colored birds. Blue to Blue results in Blue/Black/Splash poults. "Black" is, well, black. Then I'm finding that Splash to Splash creates Blue/Black/Splash, and Blue are Self Blue/Lavenders that breed true. Half the information I'm finding online, and half the information I'm finding on Porter's genetics site. However, Porter also has Slates listed as a 33lb bird, which is ridiculous. I'm pretty sure the standard has them at around 23lbs, which is what I saw on the ALBC and a few other places. And, well, that's roughly how much my toms weigh. I've tried to keep nice, large birds without going too overboard, since Slates in general seem to be a little undersized. But still, the reason I have Blue Slates is because they _aren't_ the size of a Bourbon Red. So I'm not sure how much I can trust the rest of Porter's seemingly well researched information. Any help?