In my case, I only realistically had the choice of a Nissen. My ENT thought LINX was a potential deathtrap, and said TIF was still a newish procedure and didn't have the proven track record for LPR.
I would consider carefully which option you choose. Since you have a TIF pioneer there, he should be in a good position to advise you of how others have done who had your symptoms and anatomy.
I "settled" on Nissen because my ENT said it wouldn't interfere with my active lifestyle, it was convenient in that neither LINX or TIF could be done (not to mention be paid for) at the university I'd been going to. AND I figured --- there are so many people who receive Nissen, that if it's not permanent, there will be a huge need for a fix/update etc. in the future, or perhaps better more refined methods for long term revision.
And above all else, I figured that I would not delay the surgery since it was my last best hope, and none of us know how long we are going to be alive. I wanted as many days as possible to be reflux free.. if it only lasted 10 years, then at least I'd have a good stretch and can deal with it down the road.