First pair would be a mix of grey and blues, and of those you could get any combination of yellowface and/or spangle. The father is only single factor so every chick has a 50% chance to get that single gene from him.
Its also largely unknown what the albino hen is masking, she could also be spangle, or pied or any number of things so its a mixed bag with babies. All your males will be split for albino from this pair tho.
Second pair, again you will have a mix of blues and greys (50:50 chance), and since both parents are dominant pied you should get 25:50:25 of normal:single factor dom pied:double factor dom pied (1 normal, 2 SF, 1 DF in every 4 chicks are the odds). If the hen is cinnamon, all the cocks from this pair will be split cinnamon but there will be no visual cinnamons unless the dad is cinnamon or split for it.
The albino has had a clutch before with a dominant pied sf opaline and they just produced normal greens and opalines. I am breeding her son now who is a normal green and so far they have 5 out of 7 chicks, one being albino. I am going to pair them up and see how they do. Both females are in condition along with males. The albino and blue one has both had 1 clutch the other two hasn't. Thanks so much for explaining them to me.
as dominant pied is so dominant you can pair any female with him and some will look like him. i would pair the yf grey. you will get normal yf greys and blues, normal greys and blues, yf and normal pieds (blue) and pied greens.
very preety colours