I'm trialing one of them, but can't remember which, Has a few fruit almost ripe. Hard to imagine it will surpass Silver Gem, which is such a great early white nect and bred for the east. For a very early yellow nect, Carene will be hard to top as well. Both are much more interesting to my palate than any peaches I have now, including Gold Dust, which would need to get higher brix to be really good. Of course this year is challenging with the excessive rain. Gold Dust was better 2 years ago and quite good. My nects are getting up adequate sugar but cracking too much because of all the water.
Gold Dust gets too red too early and is a bird magnet. It also is excessively vegetative on my site, requiring a lot of summer pruning to encourage non-sucker, fruitful wood. But it is a young tree. It is, by far, my most beautiful early peach, and is as pretty as any I grow. Who cares? I don't sell the fruit. However, the deep orange flesh is probably quite high in carotene for a peach.
Drew's comment reminds me that I have Arctic Glo