Most of us would probably agree that tomatoes are one of the best vegetables to grow in a home garden, because they're so easy to grow and homegrown are so much better than any grown commercially (even Farmer's Market tomatoes aren't as good as homegrown, IMO). Would anybody like to share which varieties they are growing, and what they like about each?
I always grow Fourth of July, because they're the best early tomato I've found. They taste better than almost any other tomato except the other kinds I grow. They aren't as early as advertised, but they grow without any problems.
Better Boy is an old friend, and the favorite of one of my daughters. It has excellent flavor and the fruits usually come out perfect.
Brandy Boy is a relatively new tomato that I grow because it has the absolute best taste. It's susceptible to blossom end rot, though, and I usually wind up with only a handful of perfect specimens. It is also the favorite of some local animal (chipmunk, I think) which has helped itself to a large portion of my crop.
Most years I try a new variety just to see if I'm missing out on anything. This year I grew Sugary Hybrid from Jung Seed Co. It looks like a large grape tomato, with excellent flavor and good yields. I was pleased with it and will grow it again unless I get a better idea.
I grow almost all of my vegetables in containers, because the areas suitable for gardening in my yard are not sunny. I have tried a number of container-type tomatoes, and not been happy with them. It is funny that the ones I've had the best luck with are not only not container tomatoes, they are indeterminate! If anybody has a suggestion of a good type to try, I'm listening.