Your results may vary but...
My 37g was stocked with an initial population of very good quality cherry culls. The first generation offspring included two dark chocolate sports with tan back stripes and the tank later gained a couple fire painted red females. Now, 90% of the offspring get eaten within days, and it's impossible to tell who threw what color, but the mix in my tank has produced some pretty interesting results.
There's the usual red cherries--ranging from really poor quality males with no more than light red spotting on a clear body up to 2nd and 3rd generation females that still show near FPR qualities. That makes up about 80%. Back stripes are relatively uncommon.
Browns are next at about 10% of the popuation--males are as poorly colored as regular grade cherry males with brown spots on a clear body, females range from a light brown to very dark. Back stripes are the norm for females.
The rare ones are an occasional reddish-orange, a single opaque deep wine colored female, males and females with clear and burgandy banded bodies with blue edges to their tail fins and one absolutely gorgeous chocolate female I'm head over heels about--she's a beautiful solid opaque chocolate with white speckles low on her sides. No back stripe showing yet but she's still young so it may yet show up.