Amongst my tomato plants this year, I have one "Sungella". It is the tallest of my tomato plants (about 6 feet tall when I stopped it by pinching-out the growing point), and it has five huge trusses of fruit. The first (bottom) truss has produced a few ripe fruit already, though they were mostly pretty small, and oddly angular in shape.
The other trusses have set so well that each one has about 20 much larger, rounder fruit:
As the fruit swells, these trusses have become so heavy that they are tearing away from the main stem:
So far, amazingly, they don't seem to be too worried by this, and enough moisture / nutrition still appears to be reaching the fruit. I suppose the fruit is mature enough to ripen even if the whole truss becomes detached, but I'm not sure. I'm tempted to try to rig up a support of some sort for them, but I fear that "mucking about" with them may do more harm than good, so perhaps I'll just leave them to their own devices.
I'm looking forward to a bumper harvest from this plant within the next couple of weeks...