I really hate these which is better ???'s... I have owned several of each Ford, Chevy, GMC and Toyota and what I have to say is from my personal experience with all of them for what it is worth.
First I will NEVER own another Ford even if it is given to me! Of the three I have owned none, NONE was any good at all. I spent more money keeping them running than on any of the other trucks. Suspension and transmission were the main problems but one had so many engine problems we finally pulled it, yes pulled/towed it into a dealership just to get rid of it. All of them were disposed of before they got close to 100k on the clock.
Chevy and GMC's have been good dependable trucks with the exception of a 71' 1/2 ton that would get hung up on level ground but the wife used it for her daily driver so it seldom was off pavement. My favorite of them was a 66' 3/4 ton with a 292 in line 6 and 4 speed manual. All of the GM trucks, six, each and every one of them went over 300k with just the usual maintenance of oil, spark plugs, tires, brakes, etc.
The last two trucks have been Toyota, got the first one because of the price/deal over what I could get at GM and I am glad it happened. The Toyota's have been excellent in reliability and even more so in the comfort/ride department empty, loaded or towing which is a big thing for me with my back/neck surgeries that have not gone well. We spent nearly 6 weeks last summer out west towing though the mountains and on the coast with the same dependable performance/power whether at sea level or on top of a mountain from the 5.7 engine.
For us the next truck, when the time comes, will be Toyota again because all the reviews mean nothing if you do not feel comfortable in the vehicle and have confidence in its reliability. So as far as which one is for you, go sit in and drive each, you will know when you have found the right one for you.