I was in a hurry so I put up a bunch of pictures up. Some of these pictures may be good birds but when photographed they might have been nervous and had their backs lifted. What you like to see is the legs dead center, oblong in body type, that is they are about twice as long as they are wide. Their top lines should be level like a brick. Get you a brick some where around the yard. Put it up in your chicken house to look at. From the neck to the oil gland should be flat. If its puffed up or has a cushion this bird is showing the Cochin genes. Many put breeding pressure on nice wide wide wide feathers in Reds. The Standard calls for a medium width of feather. WHY? because the standard makers in the early days new what the make up of the Reds where and they had Asiatic blood in them. In bantams they crossed Cochin and Old English bantams into the large fowl to make a bantam. So you have pointed down wings from the old English and the cochins have a wide soft feather and they have cushions. You have to walk down the middle of the road when breeding red bantams. Each year you may have to move to the right or left to stay in harmony. Most people breed to extremes or faddisms and that is how they get into trouble or paint them selves into a corner. You can spot them early as well as their back start pointing up word. I also call them High Hitler top lines. Remember in the movies when they would lift their arms and say High Hitler? Well they did not point their arms level it was elevated 30 to 40 degrees. Also, watch your tail angles, many get carried away with the elevated lifts in the tail and over do it then you end up with a tail that Schilling Called Wisk Broom Tails. Hope this helps some most important issue is be patient don't kill a bird until you posted a picture for us to look at if you are not sure. Rookies sometime can make costly mistakes. In time we all learn. Have a event to go to and got to run. Have a nice day.