It is impossible to declare any particular Hi-VHF antenna "best" without knowing the "criteria":
1) Most Gain (or F/B) DIY irrespective of size (do you have room for a 20-element Yagi or Log-Yagi???),
2) Most Gain (or F/B) in a commercial antenna for a "typical" attic installation (100-inch boom Log-Yagi???)
3) Most Gain (or F/B) DIY for a given H, W and/or D (e.g. even smaller, such as K6STI's 5-Element Yagi):
4) Easiest (and/or least expensive) DIY with High Gain (perhaps Zig-Zag Log Periodic or LPDA).
5) Easiest (and/or least expensive) DIY with Moderate Gain (2-Bay or Circular Loop, with or w/o a Reflector).
6) Least expensive commercial antenna with Moderate Gain (perhaps Antennacraft 60-in boom Y5-7-13)
7) Compact commercial antenna with Moderate Gain (perhaps A-D C5).
Very few Yagi designs provide good Gain, SWR and F/B Ratio across the ENTIRE Hi-VHF Band,
with the exception of K6STI's 5-Element Yagi (7.5-9.5 dBi Gain). Commercial Log-Yagi's, such as
W-G YA-1713 (100-in) and Antennacraft Y10-7-13 (120-in) provide about 10 dBi Gain and so-so
F/B Ratio....or about the same as a 100-inch long Zig-Zag Log Periodic Wedge or a DIY LPDA with
a 100-inch Boom length constraint.
A Hi-VHF antenna with more than 10 dBi of Gain will likely NOT cover the ENTIRE band and might
only cover a single channel, such as the following Ch7 12-Element Yagi, which is 4.7-meters long: