IC is less precocious than Florea and Tiger, also slow growing in comparison, very few figs formed on my trees early in the season, my 3 yo inground tree which I protected last winter had a good set starting around the tenth leaf and those are beginning to ripen now. IC is light on flavor, so is Florea but just slightly less so, they can both be very sweet. I’d say IC has slightly better insect and split resistance than Florea, I’d still choose Florea though because it is so much more productive.
Tiger has a trailing or weeping growth habit and ripens 2-3 weeks after Florea and IC. It takes longer for the figs to ripen than Florea and the Etna types, but when it is well ripened it is sweeter than the Etnas and has a better flavor than Florea and IC.
I got rid of LSU Purple early on, people say it gets better with age but I think weather is a bigger factor and they would still have had trouble in the future here.