Lots of stores are carrying Eneloop. The exclusive deal between rayovac and walmart has ended now so other stores are now carrying the hybrids now. I went with eneloop because I wasn't going to go to a walmart just to get the rayovac and now they have become my standard.
I have had excellent results with the Hybrids. I have 36 AA and 20 AAA. All have been excellent and test out very close or above the 2100 mAH rating.
I have four AA eneloop. They too are very good. They have a bit lower self discharge rate but start out 100 mAH less than the Hybrid (2000 vs 2100). When run in a break-in cycle on the C9000 the Hybrids come out right at 100 mAH less on average.
When the Hybrids had the $5 off coupon you could pick up a four pack of AA or AAA for $3.97 + tax. That was an easy decision. At full price it is a bit more difficult with the eneloop handling high current drain and self discharge a bit better.