Here you go Applestar:
As far as how they did. I must first reiterate that they were grown in a cold basement with 6500K fluorescent lights.
Victorian Dwarf hands down out produced and outgrew the others by a longshot. I'm excited to see this in a better environment this summer. I have several fruit on it. I also had to trim this one back early on since it was outgrowing it's basement/greenhouse environment. Very thick stalks on this on as well. I highly recommend this one, even though I haven't even tasted the fruit yet.
Tasmanian Chocolate would be second. Another big one, put this and Vic Dwarf in 5 gallon or bigger. Another thick stalk plant, which is good because the fruit on this are bigger but not as many as Vic Dwarf. This is a dark fruit plant. I can't wait for these either. It is also another plant that was growing to the moon and had to be tamed.
Third Silvery Fir Tree this one isn't as big as the others. Though it does have a unique wispy leaf that is cool. It did produce more, smaller fruit than Taz Choco. This plant did not get nearly as tall but it was still a full plant. I am looking forward to this one as well outdoors.
Red Robin coming in at fourth. This is a very compact plant. Mine is maybe a foot+-. It produces small cherry like fruit. Still waiting for these to turn as well. Nothing special here in my eyes. Though it would be great for patio growers.
Orange Pixie, I was looking forward to this and still am this summer. This plant however did not ever get very big nor did it ever produce any fruit. It has been culled for now. I will be bringing it back but for now I need the space and it was not doing anything much at all.
Again these were all grown indoors in less than optimal conditions. So YMMV. Just my observations so far.
Hope this helps someone.