Hi there, sorry I was late! Yesterday I had not the chance to join my PC, and it was really hard to compare them with the smartphone, with several pictures missing. BTW, I was stunned by your posts: your specimens are really healthy and well-raised by the pictures.
You're from NJ, so it should not be so hard to breed THHs in your country, by the fact temperatures and humidity are quite similar to ours ( curiosity: are you from the north of NJ? Because it is the only area apparently different ).
As far as I can see, I'd say you own beautiful THHs.
My only doubt is on the second one ( Hermanni #2 ), which I'd classify as a THH anyway, but the suture on the plastron are ( referring to the pictures ) quite the same lenght. On the other hand, it has got the yellow cheek, the proper coloration of a THH, so I'd say it is a THH as well.
Try posting some more pictures of your second specimen, so that we'll try to figure it out