In my opinion (and you know that I have strong opinions... lol),
What ever you like is best...
Amarillo is good to add to the recipe, alone it is very sharp.
My personal favorite is RyeCoe (Simcoe based).
Rye based recipe (70% Pale, 20% Rye, 10% Crystal 20, Rice hulls - Guessing).
Local brewery (Big Lake) makes Simcoe and Armarillo based rye brews in cans.
RyeCoe: Rye based malt + Simcoe (I usually have this clone on my left tap)
- I use Columbus hops for bittering a more bitter kick in IBUs
- Simcoe in the middle (good amount)
- I use Cascade in dry hop to soften it up
Ramarillo: Rye based malt + Amarillo
They also serve at their brewery a Simcoe + Amarillo blend similar recipe which is really good.
Hops that I use alot:
Columbus - bittering only (works well with all the other IPA hops)
Chinook - Strong Ales, Black IPAs, add ons
Centennial - Two Hearted Ale Clone, add ons
Cascade - Can't beat this hop for dry hopping
Willamette - Porters, Stouts
Forgot to mention,
For Vienna IPA (all Vienna Base Malt), Chinook is Awesome.