I grow celebrity each year. It has a massive crop which is followed by a trickle for the rest of the season. My experience was similar with marion and rutgers as I recall, but that was many decades ago, so the memory could be in error. I'm having so much trouble with disease starting in mid July that it doesn't much matter which types are selected, except I believe determinate tomatoes may give me a more bountiful harvest before the invariable decline that takes place with the heat, humidity, and pests of mid to late summer. The only way that I've found to keep a steady stream of tomatoes through the season is by planting three to four succession plantings. The young vigorous plants seem to tolerate the diseases until they become mature plants. Also, the late plants don't seem as prone to problems with diseases, probably because of somewhat lower temperatures and lower humidity.
Eclectic gardening style, drawing from 45 years of interest and experience. Mostly plant in raised beds and containers primarily using intensive gardening techniques.