Of the one that I have eaten two years in a row : Orangered, Tomcot and Robada (only ate Zard last year and Harcot this year).
For their fully ripe condition with a ranking 1-3
Sweetness: OR (23 brix), Robada (21 brix), Tomcot (20 brix)
Firmness: Tomcot, Robada, OR (very soft)
Crack resistance: OR, Tomcot, Robada
Size: Robada, Tomcot, OR
Color (if you care about look) : Robada, OR, Tomcot
Growth: Tomcot, OR and Robada.
It’s hard to say. Robada holds it firmness enough but not as firm as Tomcot. OR is very soft when ripe.
Robada’s size tends to be bigger. It could be that there were fewer fruit so they grow bigger.
Robada cracked more than TC and OR. OR was least affected by lot of rain (lot in the spring)
Robada has some tartness to its sweetness. OR is just sweet.
Robada does not grow much at all, grafted in 2017.
Tomcot grows like weeds. OR grows vigorously, too.
This is just my experience in my yard and climate. I would choose Robada and either OR or TC.
You’d be better off listen to @scottfsmith because Scott is a very experienced grower, has eaten tons of different apricot varieties for many years and is closer to you.
I look forward to eating Florilege (another Scott’s recommendation) and hopefully, will graft some white apricots in the coming year.