I question anyone who takes advice from the "Bayliner Forum".
The first question is:
What kind of bottom are you going to anchor in:
Mud? Sand? Rock?
Danforth anchors are just fine in mud, decent in sand, and not so good in rock. A Danforth anchor may be slow to re-set if the boat gets turned around by wind or current.
A Bruce anchor works pretty well in all 3, and usually re-sets a little better.
A Delta anchor sometimes lacks the fluke width necessary to hold well in very soft mud, especially if the anchor is under-sized for the boat. Otherwise, see: Bruce.
CQR anchors have a pivot point that is supposed to aid in re-setting and resisting becoming un-set. I am not a fan of these.
Danforth, Bruce and Delta are older model anchors that can be had for less money than the latest, hottest generation of anchors.
FWIW, my boat is very similar to yours. My typical anchoring conditions are mud, so I'm using a Danforth with 30 feet of slightly oversized chain, and 200 feet of 3/4" 3-strand nylon rode. I find that the oversized chain helps the anchor set more easily by keeping the angle of attack horizontal.
I consider my ground tackle to be "adequate" for week-ending. Not excessive or under-strength.