I gave one to my son for his allotment and put one in the tatty, almost roofless, old plastic greenhouse currently use while I put up my proper greenhouse. The other two I planted inside the glassless greenhouse frame I have on the allotment.
I have not had time to do anything with the soil in this 'greenhouse' and it is where there was an old asbestos hut that I dismantled earlier this year, so the soil is definitely suspect. I did put a good dose of my very best compost under each plant but did not give them much attention as they grew; a little watering in dry spells and some fertiliser from time to time.
My son says he has had quite a good crop of tasty toms but I don't think I have done so well - but then none of my tomatoes (I grow 5 other varieties) have given me much this year.
I have had a few ripe tomatoes which tasted marvellous. Sweet and tangy, just like tomatoes used to taste when I was a lad in the 1950's and 60's. However, The 'greenhouse plant has been swamped by the 'Ferline' growing next to it and we have had only one ripe tomato from it. (Only 'Sungold' has produced any quantity in the 'greenhouse' this year.)
Those in the allotment 'greenhouse' have grown well despite the neglect and have produced quite a few tomatoes, some of which are ripening on the windowsill as I write.
There are one or two brown blotches on leaves but they are not spreading so blight seems not to be a problem. (Not that this year has been a test for blight.) However, the taste has been excellent despite the poor summer so I shall be growing them again next year. Expensive but if it repeats this year's performance (and hopefully improves) I shall be well pleased.