First, glad to see that as a new turner you are searching for what I call value tools, good enough to do the job and learn, and invest ~1/3rd the $. Newbies need to learn to sharpen, try various sizes of tools, try various grinds, etc. spending $100 or more/tool makes you think too hard before grinding away metal to try something new.
I have Hurricane (base model) and PSI Benjamins Best in the value tool inventory, probably 30 or more of them. Many are scrapers of various sizes and nrs vs flat scrapers - all about finding what works best for different situations. The 2 mfrs are pretty close, I tend to favor BB as the tool steel tends to be a bit larger/thicker, the steel from both (M2) performs the same for me. No experience with yellowhammer but a club member has a couple. They appear to be in the same class as the other 2. My decision would be based on delivered cost between the 3.
Once you turn a lot of projects and decide how you like to do things, what size of tools you use most, and what you most like to turn, 2 or 3 tools will pop up as favorites ( took me several yrs and many pieces to get to this point). Then its time to go for the few top line tools. My preference are Crown M42 Razor, spindle and bowl gouges, 2 of each. The BG have true parabolic flutes which work best with most grinds. Have a Thompson/Jamieson 5/8" BG - great steel but its a flat wall wide V which doesnt work quite as well for the Ellsworth and 40/40 grinds I use.