Motor oil is motor oil. There, I said it. If the "brand" meets the SAE specs that the mfg recommends, then your engine will be protected sufficientyl.
The most important thing that can be done to keep from having an oil related engine failure is proper service intervals. Whatever the mfg recommends will protect the engine, and the warranty if that interests you.
Whatever the mfg recommends for a filter is safe also. If you're using something different than the factory filter, just make sure that it is considered an "equivelent".
Cheap filters are just that. They are made with less filtering media, and when the media becomes saturated with contaminents, it will go into "bypass" and no filtration is being performed.
In my profession, I've worked with engineers for several auto makers, filter mfg's, and engineers from several oil companies.
There are not that many "factories" producing filters, so a few make for many, and build to the spec's that are given to them by their end customer.
There's a ton of money spent on marketing, and most street level sales/dealers/companies, like to sell on "hype", whether it's the oil or filter.
For our Hemi's, you can't go wrong with the Mopar filter and oil that the dealships are offering.
That being said, if I don't use the Mopar filter, I'll use a Wix.
I have no problem with dealship or fast lube "bulk oils". They are made under contract by some major oil mfg, so who makes what when, may vary.
Over 40+ years of driving, I've never had an "oil related" engine failure or problem, and I've used about everything out there.
My preference, usually do to the availability, is Castrol GTX oil, and a Mopar or Wix filter.
Experiment, find your "comfort zone" and remember, "Motor oil is motor oil".
Change it, and drive it.......................for a long, long, time,