I think a really good pop filter is one that works really well - for you. You can use multiple layers of nylon, or even a thin sock or a pencil/sharpie rubber-banded in front of the capsule. Or you can spend a ton of money and cross your fingers. I do have a Stedman I like best out of my collection, but it’s probably a midrange price point. Functionality, such as bulkiness or fit could be a consideration, so look at all relevant factors.
This is great advice, and really the first things to try. Control or manage the voice and air flow before applying a tool, when possible. You can even train yourself to reduce plosives such as P, B, T, G, K. It takes some work and some practice, but is a great way to be more conscious of your vocal presentation and habits.