Pictures below are Beall (lighter, top and right) and Flanders (darker, bottom and left).
Both are ripening in my area, Beall finally came today from a potted tree, 2nd year, 1" trunk caliper, 4' tall. It only put on one fruit this year, the other tree I have put on nothing (planted it in a neighbor's yard this year). Cutting source: UC Davis.
Note that Beall has a drop of honey in the eye. The honey started the day it started splotching and the neck went limp. The drip was liquid in the morning and gummy by afternoon. Had I waited one more day, it probably would have been firm. The honey is extremely sweet.
Fig was actually pretty awesome for a breba, tasted like sweet candy of Japanese Mirin. There was almost no richness and no figgy flavor. Nice little seed crunch. I give it an 8 on sweetness, 1 on figgyness, 0 on richness. The candy/honey/seed crunch addition really made Beall worthwhile.
The Flanders (on bottom or left) was ... just mediocre, similar to the other two I picked. Beall (on top or right) was great.