There were two main issues with the tomato foliage - some lower leaves with signs of early blight - some brown spots with areas of yellow - row 1, pictures 2 and 3 show the removed foliage with the blemishes. Fully yellowed, wilting foliage means onset of Fusarium wilt - see row 2, picture 1 below. I dipped the scissors in a glass of rubbing alcohol in between working the plants.
Though these are never good news, considering the heat and humidity we've had and the number of plants in the driveway, I am very happy in general with how good things look!
top row - Skinny Twilight - on the plant, and in the kitchen - and Midnight Lightning
second row - Twilight Lightning, Antigua, Dwarf pink Passion on the vine
last pic - Dwarf Pink Passion picked and on the bale