Depends what you are looking for. For instance, supposedly you will tend to get more potent phenotypes in this order from the Strawberry family: Strawberry fields<Strawberry Cough<Strawberry Coffin (Cough is clone only I think though, so that kind of muddles this example, but still!!!) This would be an example of strongest genetic potential so far brought out in a particular trait. In this case, the strawberry terpene profile. (Maybe there are even better strains in development, I have no idea.) Is this an indicator, that if you went out and bought some Strawberry Coffin cuts or seeds and grew them out, that for sure, without a doubt, you would be ending up with some fire? No, of course not. But when the plants are brought to their full potential, you will tend to get overall strain profiles. This would also be why strain reviews are somewhat subjective nonsense, but also very similar to how a sommelier would sample and review the grape profile from a bottle of wine. To really echo what everyone else has been saying. As time goes on, I would guess that for at least a niche population, the terpene profile and overall cannabinoid combination is where the future lies. Will there be a strongest example of each favored profile? My guess is that each year this will change, but yes, I believe it is possible to extrapolate a "strongest" strain (best strain profile might be a better name,) when judging by individual characteristics. Could you broaden that into simply one overall best, or even just best indica/sativa/hybrid without devolving mostly into pointless subjectivity? No.