Beginning: Maronesa cow
0:05 Maremmana-Pajuna cross (Manolo Uno), Highland cross cow (the light one)
0:15-0:23 Maremmana, Limia and perhaps Pajuna cows
0:24-0:33 Sayaguesa-Tudanca cows, Limia bull plus their offspring
0:34-1:01 Limia bulls fighting, plus young perhaps Maronesa bull
1:07 Sayaguesa cow
1:08 Maremmana and Pajuna bulls fighting
1:19 Pajuna bull humping a Limia cow
I like some of the individuals very much. Especially those fighting Limia bulls look very cool and aurochs-like, about as good as Taurus bulls. The Sayaguesa and Sayaguesa x Limia cows are very nice too; the latter one have offspring already. I wonder what they look like now. I am not very fond of the Maremmana. Both the cows and the bull look comparably massive, and their horns are not as long and thick as they should be to increase the horn length of the other breeds. Plus, they add that greyish colour and upright horns, features that are very annoying in Heck cattle and will be in Tauros cattle too. And apparently they are not that really large breed that I believed them to be. Personally, I would exchange those Maremmana for some Watussi and Chianina cows (ok, Chianina would add dilution modifiers too, but they would be the only really large breed in that assemble).
What I appreciate very much is that the bulls obviously have to fight for their mating rights, which is something I always propagate for breeding back-projects. It's an element of natural selection parallel the selective breeding.