I was looking for any / all resins. I am slowly working on and FEP solution, and I know others are as well. Having all these resins available (or at least the knowledge of how they cure) would be helpful in deciding which to try next.
Example from my experience:
Fun to Do - snow white - NOT compatible with PDMS. However, has a very fast reaction time with a shallow cure depth. The result is a pretty flat curve. This would indicate a faster print with very good detail.
CPS SW-472 - compatible with PDMS. Moderate cure time, moderate cure depth (has a balanced curve). High viscosity, very 'sticky'. Should cure similar to PR57-K, but will need extra time between layers due to its viscosity. Should be good for steeper overhang angles, but not sure by how much. Needs lots of post curing.
MakerJuice G+ black - NOT compatible with PDMS. Faster cure time, depth of cure is also deep (Has a pretty steep curve), and it has very low viscosity. This should print thick slices well, but details may suffer.
EDIT - MakerJuice G+ Black is NOT PDMS compatible.