They all work fine, but somehow I like AGLaunch the most. It’s lightweight and fast. Sure, it doesn’t have game screenshots, descriptions and flashy interface, but that’s why it’s fast. If you don’t have accelerated Amiga it might take a bit to start the game with first two, but with AGLaunch it’s just few clicks away. Another reason why I got used to it is that it comes with Classic Workbench pack out of the box so it’s always at hand. Another reason why it’s fast is that it uses Amiga guide system, format that most of Amiga documentation is written in, it actually displays prepared guide files with game lists so it’s kinda native to the system.
And that’s its biggest drawback, it doesn’t have any system to update these guides except manual edit. Which is OK for few files, but if you have few hundreds, or even thousands of games… let’s just say it gets boring, really fast. Even if game pack author makes these updated files, like Turran does over on EAB, you might wan’t to make your own custom lists.