When the initial thread went up on GW, I gave in and ordered it too. I had a couple spots in a new row and shifted plans around (Elberta got knocked down a spot and Sprite/Delight was relegated to a less ideal location) so that this one ends up at rows end, abutting the driveway. That should give it more space to grow into, and it should have plenty of nearby pollinizers. Flavor Supreme, Spring Satin, Mariposa, and several other plum/pluots will be within 15-20' of it. I'll have White Gold and Black Tartarian nearby as well, in case a cherry is needed.
Patty, isn't Burgandy an Asian plum? I would think that would work, unless that was the tree you were planning to replace. If so, maybe a small graft?
Fruitnut, yes, it was patented: US 20090044301 P1 in 2007. The patent mentions 20-24 brix. Given that patents often underestimate brix, this seems like a pretty hopeful indicator.