I grew 7 of the orange/yellow watermelons and a few others below a few years in Philly, PA:
Texas Golden Watermelon
Moon and Stars Yellow Flesh
Missouri Heirloom Yellow Flesh
Orange Flesh Tendersweet
Tohono O'odham Yellow-Meated
( and a few other non-reds:
Moon and Stars regular red flesh
an Orangeglo that was actually red
Ali Baba (verrrrrrry think rind if you have issues and need a thicker rind)
and also tried some other varieties that year at farmers markets like Mickie Lee, Russian Pink, Yellow Doll
I will say Orangeglo, like others have said in this thread, was the best in terms of taste and plant growth (but obviously the thin rind breaks verrrrrrrry easily, be careful putting it into your car and make sure it doesn't roll around in your car [bring some cloths or towels to pad it if you placing in bottom of your car-seat area as it will sure roll around and might break]).
A couple Moon & Stars Yellow Fleshed actually had an amazing flavor that really stood apart, but wasn't consistent.
One that kinda surprised was I think a very popular one you can get at alot of Home Depot stores; i think it was Crimson Sweet Watermelon (or Sugar Baby but think former), it def had a thinner rind and very red flesh.
The other yellows were good, but didn't really stand apart from OrangeGlo. Every year I tell myself it should be the only variety I grow, but then am tempted to try other varieties hehe.
I'm going to retry a few yellows I liked again this year in addition to some new ones like Janosik and Dessert King. I'll report back end of summer.
Anyhoo here is a pic of some watermelon from that year (OrangeGlo is either bottom-right and/or top-left, Missouri Yellow maybe top-right):