Grateful, thanks for at least looking up the breed standard. These pics do show heavy bone structure, strong neck, shoulders and deep chest. Are they the best and world champions that's debatable. But they are excellent examples of Quality mastiffs adhering to the breed standard.. The fawn is more heavily muscled than the brindle but it is harder to see in brindle s vs. fawns due to the coloring and striping. No offense but if you are obsessing about wrinkles then I'm not sure why or what your seeing. Wrinkles in English Mastiffs are very desirable but on the forehead radiating around the eyes, this gives Mastiffs much of their personality when they are deep in thought. Nothing compared to a Neo though as far as wrinkles. That was one of the primary traits bred to that breed. Also all mastiffs will be big compared to almost every other dog breed. So even small ones are big. Genetics will account for bone structure, color and to a good degree size. Proper nutrition, exercise and firm yet gentle training will give a companion that is beautiful. Another thought on Rockport. They do adhere to a natural barf diet which debatedly is the healthiest nutrition for all breeds but especially for giants and slow growth. We do not do barf but learned with previous mastiffs that the highest natural quality food provides immense health benefits.