I've asked the same question before and I've done the research (here on ooak and live with a blade)...nothing beats long pips. You basically have three/four choices for your bh: thin inverted, short pips, med.pips, and long pips. Because your bh anatomy is not as strong as your fh, the longer the pip, the easier it is to chop the ball with the blade face facing the ceiling and parallel to the table. The taller long pips grab the ball better and make chopping, at least for me, easier and easier in my book is better and more effective. Inverted and short pips are fine for the fh side because I assume most people have stronger muscles to really dig into the ball consistently for a solid chop. Also if you use inverted, there is a tendency to throw the chop upwards, that is, its harder to keep the ball low which is what I like to do with my lp side. This happens for me as well if you add sponge to the lp side (i prefer ox) which makes the lp throw the ball up if you chop.
I could go on but let me throw it back at you: get a sp and try chopping with it. You'll realize that it is waaaaay harder to chop with short pips under all conditions. Inverted is even harder. For anti, I've only used 804 which is not a true anti but I've read that btf antis play slower than pips but because they are smooth and have sponge, there going to throw up
edit: whoops...misread your question. I've only used 755 ox for the last 4 years straight, plus experimented with feint 2, feint ox, 388 d-1, tsp p1r, feint soft, dh c-7, 837, pailo 531, 1615. Of these, I really like the 388 d-1 ox on my slower blades for chopping really low. The 755 is my bread and butter that I make comparisons with and develop with. herd only good things about pogo...generally speaking, I find that its better to stick to one pip and master it. I find that the blade speed also affects the performance of the pip. should you experiment, you'll find that there will be a trade off with every pip. If you are willing to experiment then I suggest you buy coles relatively cheap pips and give them all a try.