If you freeze them, it would probably be a good idea to thaw them out unless you like them crunchy, lol!
I freeze some of the ones we're going to make sauce with. I have not frozen, thawed, and then eaten though. Just seems like they might be mushy, but you've got so many, why not try a few, and let us know?
I also dry some for cooking. Cap 'em, split them, and take out the seeds. Scatter them on a clean window screen, and let them dry outside in the sun (they'll stink out the house!). Those Limon Aji's are great for that
We just had a frost, so I picked everything and stuck them in the freezer.
My son makes a green sauce from the unripe ones. It's a little bitter for me, but he's working on it!
One thing about the freezer. Really hot peppers can stink it out. First time I froze some, I left them in for about 6 months in cheap bags, it took two years to get the stink out!
Vacuum sealing w/ good bags is the ticket.