I grow Celebrity hybrid tomatoes because my husband likes them better than most. I've found a few heirlooms that he also likes and have tried lots of other varieties that he considers no better than supermarket tomatoes, which he won't eat. No variety produces well every year in this high desert climate, but Celebrity is as reliable as any other standard-size tomato I've grown. (Cherry tomatoes are generally easier to grow in this area but we prefer Celebrity flavor.) Celebrity's flavor is great, even when I grow the plants in pots in my greenhouse during winter. (Some heirlooms taste fine when grown outside in the summer but are relatively tasteless when grown in pots on carts that I move outside on nice days.) I wish they were open pollinated so I could save seed, but I hope you will continue to supply Celebrity Hybrid tomato seed.