I only grow 5 plants each year, so it is always a task to pick and choose which varieties make the cut. This year was a disappointment, not sure why. I had good weather, the plants got watered, but for some reason none were real stand-outs flavor wise. Even my tried and true were disappointing. Here's my report, and I've also added comments to the tomato database:
Trucker's Favorite: round red salad, smooth unblemished skin, rich flavor, heirloom, not real productive
Black Krim: purple beefsteak, didn't climb well, really late, bland, scant yield
Pineapple: yellow salad, rich fruity flavor, tended to crack, heirloom, OK yield
Sun Sugar: orange cherry, big disappointment this year, not nearly as sweet, acidic to the point of tartness, didn't produce as well as usual
Sweet Million: red cherry, sweet, average yield
Better luck next season is about all I can say. I do a fair amount of reviewing during the winter months, slogging through the various tomato threads and reading up. Big on my list for next year is Kellogg's Breakfast, although it may need a longer season that I have.