So far, I think I have a few good prospects. Here are how things are shaking out so far. I've listed each variety, then number of tomatoes as of today, whether or not and how much it's sick with the wilt going through the patch, and general comments.
Early Girl ~ 14 tomatoes. A little sick, but otherwise good looking. Tall. Despite it's name, it's not early. None of the fruit are even beginning to blush, yet I've already harvested ripe fruit from three or four other plants, and another handful are starting to ripen theirs.
Champion ~ 22 tomatoes. A little sick, but otherwise good looking. Tall. Like the two above, this is a hybrid recommended on all the lists for our area. It was also mentioned in The Texas Tomato Lover's Handbook as one of the author's favorites. So far, it's not doing well for me.
Arkansas Traveler ~ 10 tomatoes. Medium sick, but robust. The fruit are HUGE. Much bigger than I was expecting.
Cour di Bue ~ 11 tomatoes. Very sickly. Looks like I'll lose it.
Creole ~ 10 fruit. Fairly sick.
German Johnson ~ Normally, if the fruit weren't bigger than a pea, I didn't count them. But this one's 6 tomatoes were all about that size. I think I might have planted it late? It's sick, but barely so, and doing very well otherwise.
Homestead ~ 5 tomatoes. Sick, but robust. Medium sized plant
Marglobe ~ 17 fruit. Pretty dang sickly looking. Might lose it, too. Short plant. Smallish fruit.
Mortgage Lifter ~ 14 tomatoes. Sick enough to have lost many bottom leaves, but the top is quite robust and healthy looking. Fairly good sized fruit.
Pink Ponderosa ~ 5 tomatoes. Sick, but tall and healthy.
Ponderosa Red ~ 14 tomatoes. Pretty dang sickly, dammit. It was doing SO well.
Red Brandywine ~ The seedling I planted died. BUMMER. This is one was another I had high hopes for since last year it did so well for me, having more than a dozen fruit on it by early May.
Rutgers ~ 14 tomatoes. Short and sick, but doing well.
Trucker's Favorite ~ 6 tomatoes. Sick, but good looking. Tall plant. Another one I had high hopes for. I think this one is an old fashioned shipping/commercial variety, so I thought maybe it might hold it's own. So far it's not, but I may still try it again next year.
And an honorable mention goes to the Brandywine Black. That thing is a monster! It has over thirty fruit on it and gave me the first ripe tomato of the year. Good flavor, at least as good as my other favorites. I'll have to do a blind taste test later in the year when more of the blacks are ripening at the same time. It's sick, but doing well.
Oh! And the Snow White is COVERED in fruit!! I am amazed at how many there are. I've already picked three and had them for lunch today. Nice, sweet and fruity flavor. Very good! I think it'll be a staple in my garden from now on.