I think i will go with the usuals, "Celebrity", "Beefsteak", "Mr.Stripey", but also include one i have planted for years, and love despite its faults.
Its called "Brandywine".
Its a heritage tomato, no genetic mods, and its supposedly one the founding fathers probably planted.
It is a huge tomato, great juice and flavor, not real acid, not bland either.
it does have a tendency to split, which is fine if you check your plants and pick them often, so you dont lose a lot of your crop.
For the beginners, remember to water on an even schedule, fertilize with a good slow release fertilizer such as dynamite, or osmocote, and mulch well with newspaper and mulch to reduce weeds, retain moisture, and maintain a more even soil temp.
Your tomatoes will have less splitting with even watering,"less dry wet dry periods".
They will suffer from less Rot where it initially blossoms with even watering, along with a good supply of calcium, easily provided with lime, and good drainage, full sun, and you will be enjoying one of gods great gifts to us all, home grown tomatoes.
Even if you live in an apartment, if you have a balcony or patio, you can take advantage.
Scott and deb.
ps, dont be tempted to plant too soon, if the soil is not warm enough, they will just sit there, and possibly rot.