Well there is no "best" alg for every case; everyone has different preferences. Also, 4 or 5 algs really isn't many to look through at all: when I generate algs, I sometimes look through 40-50 rather than just 4-5.
That's a poor attitude to have. These things come down to personal preference. You should be trying to find the algs that are best for you.
I found this on algdb y2 R' U2 R' F' R2 U' R' F' U' F R U R' F U2' RI'm trying to remember an alg that I used to know. It was a Y-perm, but not from the typical angle; It swapped UF and UL, as well as UFL and UBR. The first two moves were R' U2.
If it makes it any easier to find, I read this alg in a post by the user Chree.
P.S. If anyone finds Chree's post, just leave a link to the entire thread.
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