Ms. Junie is my latest addition developed here on the farm. Ms. Junie is a hot variety: 6 to 10 inch pods, 9000 to 10,000 SHU, thick meat, but still sundries very well. One of the heaviest yielding chile peppers ever developed.
Maybe the "heavy yielding" and thick wall go together. This sounds like a good pepper to grow if you're selling by the pound.
If the parents were sufficiently inbred, F1s will be genetically identical, and any variation could only be due to E.
The only caveat I can think of to this is that I've seen that reciprocal crosses can sometimes yield different F1s depending on which plant was the mother. I suppose this has to do with chloroplastic effects.