I hadn't thought about the order 'till now. Anybody notice that there seems to be a distinct pattern?
Firstly, all but one of the five are at the very end of the list. The one that isn't is only seperated from the other final 5 by the Sharons.
Secondly, the seven appear that they could be ordered by apparent age, although it's hard to tell. The Five are a different bag altogether.
Thirdly, it seems to me that their numbering seems to coincide with their devotion to one thing or another.
The Cavils are obsessed with themselves, narcisitic even.
The Leobens are the most spiritual, listening for God the the words of hybrids.
The D'annas are perhaps the most militant, although Baltar "broke them, so to speak, so the entire line got boxed. You did see the tiniest hint of doubt in her before New Caprica, when she was trapped with Caprica, boomer, and Anders. She was about to kill him when she exclaims, "God loves me!", even if somewhat nervously, as if she was desperatly trying to reaffirm her faith.
We typicaly don't see much of the Simons, but he did agree to give information to the colonials in exchange for medicine in A measure of Salvation, suggesting that he might be less of a diehard than some of the others.
Doral was a hard liner for the most part, but again, he seemed to have no qualms about being saved from the Virus. Also back in Seasin One, we see him talking to a Six about love, and he seemed almost misty eyed about the idea of feeling emotions like a Human.
Six: need I say more? They Feel emotions, they disagree with each other and this episode portayed just how divisive they can be with the other models.
Sharon is probably the most insecure of the Seven. They have not one, but two traitors among them (If you count this episode). Even the Head Six claimed that her model was weak.
And I think that the Final Five's relative position on the list says even more, perhaps indicating the reason they were boxed in the first place?