I good friend of mine in Toronto taught me this rule of nature a while ago and it has always proven true, it goes like this:
1) Whatever lane you are in is the slowest lane.
2) When you change lanes because you think the lane next to you is going faster than yours, that now becomes the slowest lane.
This rule applies to the highway, when you're stuck in rush hour traffic, in the grocery store when you switch checkout lanes, at US/Canada customs (entering or leaving either country and anything else you can think of.
It also, I believe, applies to OS Hybrids. Every time I attempt to change hybrids because the one I am using just can't be as good as another one I haven't tried yet, I usually end up going back to when I was.
For me, BBCrackman 7.1 is as good as any one of them, if not better and I'm sticking with it. Until, of course, he comes up with a newer one. Then, I have to upgrade. That's the rule