Moschata varieties are worth it.
This year I planted lemon squash, tatume squash, and rampicante, (which is just now starting to form fruit.)
Some of the vines look pretty bad, like they still got hit by SVB, but they are still producing, so I am gonna keep watering til they keel over.
I haven't seen near as many bugs this year, last year it was like a horror movie, I had planted all the regular summer squash and zucchini.
Today I put up 5 quarts of lemon squash, and we ate our first tatume. There are many on the vines that will continue to go in the freezer. Since tomatoes have been such a disappointment, I am grateful for these squash. I will plant them again based on their reliability. And I thank this forum for the recommendations.
I do have about ten regular squash-pattypan and zucs, that are about to ripen, and I am scouting and killing eggs and bugs. I planted them late, so I hope I can at least a few vegetables before they are decimated.
I can't wait til fall when I can use the frozen squash in soups.