No No, Chris! Trust me, us SEC folks and Southerners have to stick together. haha. I'd much rather credit Georgia than New Jersey! I have read about the price series several times and most often the articles talk about the New Jersey testing and Rutgers. But when I went back and read the article that I myself posted above, it does say they were developed in Georgia and TESTED in NJ. So to you and everyone else here, I apologize for the misinformation and I stand corrected.
It sounds like quite a few people may not be familiar with the Prince Series at all, so I'm especially glad I posted. As @scottfsmith said, it stands to reason that peaches developed on the east cost and/or the south would be better for our area than those developed elsewhere, like CA.
The important this is that these really are great tasting peaches. I had another one after my post and it confirms that they really are more acidic than many peaches, and just have a BOLD flavor in general- perhaps because of the acid. You know how some peaches can be sweet and good but just not really GRAB your attention because they are slightly bland (even if they are pretty good, they can be bland/average). These Prince Blaze are not for the meek! They stand up and make an impact! Their solid red color and mostly red flesh add to their attention getting profile. And again, the fact that they didn't get Brown Spot and produced in a year that almost all my other peaches were frozen all make this a peach worth growing for everyone on the east coast IMHO.