I agree, the 3rd one is the best and the other 3 look like they would make better geldings than stallions. Not to diss them or anything, they (especcially the last one) don't look like stud material. We have 6 studs standing at my barn for around $500: 1 homozygous paint, 2 overos, 1 appy, and 2 GORGEOUS quarter horses. One of the overos was undefeated in the southeast in halter as a yearling and 2 year old, but I think they are raising his stud fee this year. I would post them on here, but I don't know if the owners would appreciate it or not.