I love Fuji apples. They are my favorite, most tasty apples.
Last fall, I tasted my first orchard fresh honeycrisp apple and wow! The texture was so amazing I just chowed down. So then I thought if I could only get the flavor of a fuji with the texture of a Honeycrisp...
I did some googling and lookjs like someone made something similar called "Evercrisp" but it's a new breed, just being released this year for commercial production but I don't know if they will at any point be selling trees for small timers.
I imagine this would be very difficult to create myself. Unless I planted Fuji and Honeycrisp apple trees and let them cross pollinate, and just kept planting seeds? That's a long project!
Just me and my kids, off griddin' it - follow along our shenanigans at our YouTube Uncle Dutch Farms.
Quite by accident (it was more like a random spaz attack when I knew nothing) I've got a Fuji and a Honey Crisp planted about twenty feet from each other, and both are doing well. So maybe in about 25 years I will be able to answer this question. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯