Thought you might be interested to see my experience with your
tomato craters (SG101).
My tomato patch consists of eight plants (three in the back
row along the fence, two center row, three front row) crowded
together due to space limitations. The fence is along the west
side of the patch. Historically the three plants nearest the
fence have been "runts", with the one on the right
being the smallest of the litter. Consequently, this is where
I chose to use the three tomato craters I have.
You can see from the attached photos that the two plants on the
left in the back row have easily held their own this year, and
the one on the right is a giant and has lots of tomatoes to
come despite having provided a number already.