I am amazed you could get that many crosses made in a single year. Speaking from personal experience, the # of hours to make them all would have had to be incredible. Crosses just don't 'take' that easy most times.
I don't read as many pepper groups as I once did, but sometimes a thread catches my interest as this one has. Scotch Bonnet Steve (SBS) was quite the guy. Without him and some other very generous people back in the day, my fun in the pepper world may have been a lot different than it turned out! He was a real stand-up persons who truly cared about others and one of the best growers I have run across. He would send me fresh pods that I'd look at in awe and wonder how anyone could get them that big. lol He had some magical soil. Maybe it's time to dig into the seed stash to see what's there. I do remember that Scotch Bonnet well. I am guessing I probably have stored my seeds under better conditions than most over all these years so may have higher germination. I'll report back.
Sometimes I see vendors sell some of his varieties, but many times what they show as a picture is far different than how I remember the pepper looking when I got it. Maybe accidental crossing, instability, or who knows?