What happens next is a work of art/science. Packets of seeds are put into groupings like 'cherry tomatoes, early tomatoes, big tomatoes that need extra staking, hot peppers, etc' and then a count for how many plants will be grown is tallied. It is so hard to grow only 1 plant of a variety but some only get 1 plant each, some 2, a lot get 3 and then a small amount of paste tomatoes might get 50 plants.
Then there is more sorting by plant in Jan/Feb for seedlings, Feb/March seedlings, direct planting, etc. All the sorting helps me figure out what I might have missed. I realized I was missing my sugar snap peas and then I went and saw they had back-ordered. Ah-ha.
Believe it or not-- I need to start seedlings soon for onions and leeks. I'm going to try to learn how to grow these from seed again the easy way. Last year I did it the hard way.