Like I said, everyone will have a preference and think that their preferred method is on the only way!
For me, I prefer the V60. With the large, single hole, I can grind finer or coarser to adjust the flow rate and hit a desired brew time. The large hole also allows enough room around the bottom of the cone so that you can see the steady stream of brewed coffee coming from the bottom of the filter. For drip brewers with smaller holes, the filter is in contact inside the brewer right over the holes and ‘could’ stall your brew because the filter (+ surface tension across a small opening) is clogging the holes regardless of if there’s ridges in the bottom or not. This is especially true of ‘off-brand’ ceramics like something you’d pick up at a book store or the same place you buy your greeting cards…
To be fair, I don’t have much experience with the Bonmac or the BeeHouse dripper, but the Kalita Wave and Chemex are also good options. The Kalita Wave filters are thinner than the Hario but the ‘fluted’ sides create a nice airflow so that bottom of the filter doesn’t stick to the inside of the brewer. I’m anxious to get my hands on a December Dripper from Nick Cho though; I think it’s going to lead to some more progressive brewing + grinding techniques by being able to control or stop the flow rate altogether.
Hope this helps.