Middle: Honeyboat delicata , Queensland Blue , Greek Sweet Red 
Right side: Rampicante 
Front: Black Futsu [3, pink with the blue cast], Tiny Whites, Australian Butter 
I love that the rampicante squash look like long necked birds. They can harvested green, like summer squash, and which encourages lots of new squash, or you can wait until they turn beige. They're orange inside then and are an excellent winter squash. We like them that way.
Here's the Australian Butter. The vine succumbed early to vine borers and it didn't seem to like the cool wet weather we had early in the summer. I did manage to get this one though. I think that under the right conditions, these would be good bearers and get much bigger. I'll try them again.
This is a Greek Sweet Red. I've grown them before and really like that they put on a late summer push. I can get several new squash in September and October. They're dense and delicious. One of my favorites.
How was your squash production this year?