I have settled on next seasons tomato varieties to try.
Tangerine Tomato - Seems the lycopene in this variety is better absorbed. Click the link to read the Science Daily article.
Tommy Toe - This is a cherry tomato. I'll be replacing the Chadwick Cherries with this variety this year. I just renewed my Chadwick Cherry seed supply last season so I can skip a season or two and still have viable seed.
San Marzano - This will be the sauce variety next season. I had some Romas and Amish Paste last season. I really didn't like the growth habits of the Amish Paste tomatoes, too weedy. It was a bad year for tomatoes here. Too much heat early then too cool. The flavor never developed.
Early Girls and Fouth of July will again be the early varieties.
And by April I'll usually find a few more tomato varieties to try. Then there's the extra plants donated by fellow gardeners.
Here's the link to Cornell's Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners resource too. You'll find rating on many garden vegetable and sources for seeds on the site. Very useful!