In order to know what you'll get, you'd have to know what the recessive yellow is carrying. Recessive yellow and albino both make guessing what you'll get really difficult, since they mostly cover up what's under them. Having started to look at genetics, have you started to understand Punnet Squares? Basically, for each gene, the mouse has a 50-50 chance of getting either of their mom's copy for that locus, and a 50-50 on either of dad's genes. The combination those two copies is what the baby gets. So for example, A/at (agouti tan) and Avy/a (dominant yellow carrying black, not your buck) would give you A/Avy, A/a, Avy/at, and at/a. If you know what the buck's parents look like, you might make a guess at what he's got at A. That said, this breeding can give you a good idea of what he does have.