You have to be carefully selected to be able to have Stretta. I let my very experienced surgeon decide what was right for me, based on a number of tests.
I got a Toupet fundoplication - like the Nissen, but a partial wrap. It was chosen because I had a paraesophageal hernia, wide open LES, poor swallowing. It was necessary to pull the stomach back down and close the hernia, so it couldn't be anything but a real surgery. The LES had to be wrapped because it was pretty useless. The partial wrap option was decided based on needing to have enough power to swallow past the wrap.
At least I had enough esophagus, after it was dissected down, to not need a Collis.