OK, here goes. I don't have pictures yet, but tonight I opened a can of 6-in 1 all purpose ground tomatoes along side of the new Classico peeled ground tomatoes. Just for FULL DISCLOSURE, my 6 in 1's had a "best by" date of 09-10-11, while the Classico's were 08-07-13. So, the 6 in 1's were slightly beyond their "best by" date. A careful examination of the cans info reveals that the 6 in 1's are unpeeled tomatoes while the Classico's are peeled tomatoes. Other than that fact, the ingredients read as identical.On opening the cans, the tomatoes appear identical in consistency, well ground with just a slight amount of seperation of tomatoes and liquid. No citric acid or preservatives are added to either. The color of the 6 in 1's were just ever so slightly darker, barely noticeable, probably due to the age factor I mentioned above. My son and I both took small samples from both. The samples were taken from the center of the cans after they had each been well stirred. We both agreed that the Classico were slightly preferred, we both detected a slightly sweeter taste. The difference was slight, but noticeable. Again, the age factor of the 6 in 1's might have played a part. The tomatoes were very good, surely worth topping any pie. Once upon a time I was sold on 6 in 1's being the best ground/crushed style tomato on the market, but over time I have found better tomatoes. SO, Classico's are a very good tomato, every bit as good as 6 in 1's and now much cheaper and more accessable as you can find them in most Walmarts. I combined the two open 28oz. cans and added garlic, oregano, fresh ground black pepper and a little salt and spread the uncooked tomatoes on two NY style cheese pizzas. The pies were very good, the tomatoes were tangy and bright tasting. All that said, I have a few other brands that I prefer over these. These will not disappoint, they may well be much better then whatever you are presently using. The are much better then any other brands that Walmart sells.