All the plants referenced below were purchased from Tomatomania in March and planted in the beginning of April.
Aiko is a Japanese olive sized and shaped cherry tomato. I was convinced at Tomatomania to purchase this from a regular shopper who buys them every year, loves them and says it's a huge producer. Well, check out this picture. It surely is. It is apparently not as sweet as the Sun Gold and a bit larger. Very healthy in the TSK and fed the PCH today 8-10-10. I've started to pinch him at the top because well, it's just a lot of tomatoes!
My Sun Gold is in the hanging planter. Very healthy this year. Fruit ripening already and I've actually eaten about 5. Very sweet. Almost every cherry is cracked. Perhaps the hanging planter is not right for this tomato. I used to grow the sweet 100's in it and they never really cracked but this is year 2 or 3 for the Sun Gold and every year it cracks.