Fanaticum is open and by far the best I've ever bloomed or seen in person. It has some defects from damage to the bud early in its growth but if I can keep it alive to flower again I think it has potential.
Next roths on deck is 'Giant Wings Jr.' × 'X-Hot' showing some great color as it opens.
I love the color and general form of this roths with one major exception, that funky dip in the petals. It looks like it is continuing in the second flower. @Justin and other roths folks is this likely to be a genetic flaw that continues in the future or is it worth reblooming?
If that roth has any size to it, then, I'd bloom it again to see if the petals would look any better. You just never know.
I am not one of those who say first bloom is not the best and will only improve, but I have seen a crumbly mauidae hybrid that bloomed much better on its second bloom and from the third bloom on, it was nearly perfect.
Then, again, most of the uglies are always uglies with minor variations. lol
And I have on hangianum hybrid that bloomed almost perfect and never bloomed the same every again. I have bloomed a few times now. very close to saying goodbye.