I'll answer if that's ok, since I've been around a while. Good question. The name you mentioned was brought up. But we did not create the Cream Legbar, it was imported, and after advice from our APA mentor and MUCH discussion we decided to pursue as close to the original standardized bird as possible. We had the cream variety and it's history is somewhat monumental in the genetics world, so that is where we're starting. Because judges from the UK will be coming to help judge our qualifiers this will help us immensely in our quest to have the breed recognized by the APA. Plus we had to start with one variety, then others can follow easier. The breed is Legbar, as it is in the UK. The varieties can be whatever name is decided on by the group developing the color set. If you are interested in pursuing a more colorful variety, welcome! I hope to see multiple Legbar varieties in the future. They are all beautiful and so useful with the Autosexing feature! Plus we know we love those blue eggs! Btw, you may find that your birds are not so far off as you might have thought in the color department, and type is much more important than color. Best wishes!