Sounds like a dumb question but one thing I have learned about this business is there are opinions on every possible side of a subject. I though reset was a no-brainer.

Plan on replacing 20+ year old tankless oil boiler by Burnham. Going with indirect or storage HW. Not really a thread on merits of tankless system.

I am getting quotes for systems using Peerless, Buderus, Visemann, Weil-McClain from 4 different companies (some are quoting two different brands). TWO are oil companies that do boiler replacements as a side business and two "so-called" energy companies who don't sell oil.

Oil guy 1- Reset controls suck, not worth the cost
Oil guy 2- reset are great
Energy company 1- Reset controls suck, not worth it
Energy company 2- reset controls are a good value.

What am I to believe?

1800 foot home in MA, pretty well insulated. All are going with smaller capacity boilers then present. Oil companies not doing heat loss calcs, one energy company doing it as a matter of course and the other will do it when they get the order.

Thanks
homeowner