What I like about this is that the researchers are objective about what they're reporting, and since the studies span years or decades, you can get a really good idea of what did well and what didn't over time.
So I've chosen a variety of trees which I'll use to both replace existing trees that aren't doing well and to increase the size of the orchard. Depending on how they do I can market them pretty easily here - think self-service farmstand on the highway - or drive them down the road to the local produce stand. There's a ready market for good fruit in the city as well.
Note: I have no connection with raintree nursery other than as a customer. I include the link so that you can see prices and descriptions, but I'm sure you can find these cultivars at other locations
Most of these trees are either dwarf, or semi-dwarf, or grafted onto dwarfing rootstock; a few of my choices are not; they'll be managed and pruned for production.
I'm adding the following trees