THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO REMEMBER IS YOU CAN HAVE THE BEST MOTOR OIL ON EARTH BUT IT IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THE FILTER YOU USE. I have seen folks spend extra on full synthetic oil because they want the "best" for their vehicle and buy some POS filter. Kendall is a solid oil, I am a huge fan of titanium additive. Stay safe!
Flow rates and bypass setting of your vehicle must be known, when changing from OEM. Sometimes the POS work better in these situations. If it were all about the highest efficiency of trapping, then every new vehicle coming out of factories would be wearing a Fram Ultra or equivalent.
There are reasons they don't all wear it and it has absolutely nothing to do with raising the price of that new vehicle by $10. Some vehicles and their oil, just don't operate best with the most expensive - best ingredients oil filter. Case-in-point: GFram Ultras were headaches for many GM models and Korean models for years. Bypass and flow settings needed to be changed.... either at the vehicle factory, or the Fram factory.
The best oil filter for our vehicle, could turn out to be inexpensively priced and mediocre construction. Like oil, it's how long to use it, before changing it. It's not always about "it's junk, unless it can go three OCIs or 20K".
Money spent is not always the best answer.