I have a question on head shape. Some of the babies have the cute "rounded" heads with a dip before the bill. Others have a flatter appearance where the forehead just drops into the bill. Both genders are either or with it, not on one gender or another. The ones with the rounded heads have larger cheeks, making them look really cute. Sort of like call duck cute. The others are slimmer in the face. Which is more correct? Color variations too... I have two drakes that are darker, the breast is a pretty brass color. While others are lighter, more drab? They lack the definition that the darker ones have. One has a solid breast, the rest are split with white. One female lacks the white eye stripe, I know that's no good. My preference is the rounded head and stronger coloring. The feet, bill color, body frame... that all appears the same on them. But I don't want to stray too far from the breed standard since my intent is to keep them pure... may as well go with what's correct then too. Does anyone happen to have the standard? Or do I need to buy the whole book for one bird? I wasn't able to find it online... there doesn't seem to be a poultry website that lists all the standards... like the American Kennel Club does, you can pull up a dog breed standard quickly without buying anything. They are in the book, right.... wouldn't that be funny... I buy the APA standard book and they're not even in it.