I changed my orders. I also already planted my first order.
The order I planted was a chestnut Precose Migoule. I did a lot of web research, and I think this one has potential to bear in a few years, and can exchange pollen with at least one of the other chestnut cultivars I planted late last winter. Burnt Ridge did a very nice job packaging this 6 foot tree, bending the top over instead of cutting it off at 4 feet. It needed a little splinting but no visible damage was present.
In my climate, peach leaf curl is highly limiting for peaches. I ordered a Frost peach and Kreibich nectarine, both of which have long histories in the maritime NW.
I ordered Flavor Supreme pluot because I found reports on the web where they at least sometimes bear fruit in my area.
Lastly, I ordered Black Beauty Mulberry, Morus nigra. The descriptions suggest this tree reaches a Goldilocks ideal size, too tall for the damn deer, when mature, but I shouldnt be needing a too tall ladder, either. My Illinois Everbearing is also in that size range. Deer dont actually eat many leaves of Illinois Everbearing. Looking at Morus nigra photos, the leaves look a little tough, which might also help.
The other item is more fencing and fenceposts for deer. I already enclosed that nice new chestnut.