seedless tomatoes for SE zone 7b

Alexander City, AL

I've read about "Sweet Seedless" tomatoes, which are available from Burpee's and maybe elsewhere. Has anyone tried these and if so can you rate the taste and texture?

I've read there are other varieties that have very few seeds: Opalka, Oregon Spring, Cuor de Bue. Has anyone tried these?

I live in zone 7b, central Alabama, so I need varieties for our zone.

Many thanks!

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