Looks nice. The GGWT and Indian Stripe plants that I got from you have set some decent sized fruit that the deer haven't messed with yet. They are both definitely showing the striping aspect now, even tho they're still green.
My wife showed me a greenish-brown IS that she picked off a plant that looked like it was nibbled on. But, it doesn't seem to be a deer, it was almost down on the ground, and she thinks it may have been a terrapin ("tarr-pin" as they say it here), but I told her it may have been a rabbit, as I've seen them in the patch at night during some of my night time inspections with the spotlight.
She didn't see any other missing fruit or damaged plants, so she didn't think deer got in there last night. If that's true, then they haven't made any incursions for a week since I put up that 5ft black "curtain" of weed cloth between them and the peppers.
Most plants are still setting fruit, but the blight is setting in pretty bad, and we're running out of time for that fruit to ripen properly. Not expecting to harvest too many tom's this year.
Russian Queen, Pink Honey, Chocolate Cherry, Barao, GGWT, Jaune Flamme, Cream Sausage seem to be the only plants that might produce some more fruit. The other varieties are either blighted out, and/or have been stripped/damaged too much by deer to matter now.
Jetsetter is a hybrid that we planted, and although they were really hit hard by the deer, they have recovered pretty well, and continue to set fruit. It doesn't have the blight as bad as the heirlooms. So, next year we might need to try more hybrids to get some more production.