Out of your list I grew Carbon and Black cherry. Black cherry is a prolific bearer of greenish black tomatoes. It is good but I prefer red cherries because red color looks better in salads, cooking and dry tomatoes. Carbon was later and shorter plant than the other varieties. The color was dark pink or purple without green gel, the best fruits were sweet. It was slow growing and less prolific than the other varieties, but it might be fine if you have long growing season. The other blacks I grew this season were Amazon chocolate and Chocolate stripes. I liked Chocolate stripes. It was early very colorful brown red with green gel, it stopped producing when it got too hot.
My favorite varieties which I want to grow next year, they are all mid-late to late, but once they start they produce continuously through the hot weather. They all have very good taste.
Hungarian heart, very large pink hearts, meaty with few seeds, multipurpose, if I could grow the only one tomato it will be this one.
Yablochniy lipetskiy made large red salad tomatoes, very productive.
Dina my favorite golden orange tomato, it made loads of oval medium sized meaty fruits. It tastes and looks more like real fruit than tomato. Crack resistant, keeps for a long time at room temperature. It will be a very good choice for someone who sells tomatoes on the market, because they are very attractive.
Red pear franchi, large red meaty pears, multipurpose. They are probably less productive and less disease resistant. But they grow well in heat, no cracks, keeps well.
Romeo, this is the only variety that tastes mild and bland. But it is a great paste variety for drying and sauces. Huge dense red tomatoes, very few seeds. I called them pigs. Probably needs good heat and long season to show great production. Keeps for a long time.
I was so fed up with tomatoes that I will grow less next year and it will be the proven varieties that I liked before: Hungarian heart, Dina, Romeo, some red cherry, and some other red variety (Red pear tranche or Yablochniy lipetskiy or Mashenka)