I have grown Better Boy hybrid tomatoes for many, many years. It consistently gives me healthy plants (high disease resistance), early blooms, high production, and excellent taste. I rarely have problems with blossom end rot, tomato horn worms, or anything else. I like the fact that the Better Boy tomato plant doesn't die in the high heat of summer. It simply becomes dormant while waiting for some cool weather and starts producing again until the first frost.
I have been reading a lot of the reviews on heirloom tomatoes and intend planting some next spring. I will probably plant Black Krim, Cherokee Purple, Brandywine, Zebra Stripe, Belgium Giant, Kelloggs Breakfast, and Celebrity. I have read some amazing reviews on all of those listed.
I'm not a fan of horse racing, but I imagine those who are. place some bets on a horse based on a hunch. I think they should also place a bet on the horse that won 9 of the last ten races it competed in. That's why I will also continue to grow my Better Boys.