There's a lot of bogus information out there about filters and Bobistheoilguy has its fair share. Thousands of clowns cut open filters on the picnic table in the backyard and claim to see all kinds of demons.
There's not a filter made that someone isn't trashing as being shoddily made. The only inferior filters I've ever seen in going on 40 years of wrenching are some of the generic "white box" or "yellow box" filters that have no markings and are identified by only a fitment number. Those filters are usually only found (rarely) in some fast lube facilities.
They're sold on the dirt cheap to facilities who are either willing to take a chance on them or knowingly selling crap filters. A dealer I worked for got a flyer on some this stuff once and thankfully did not order any oil filters. However, they did order air filters and some of those came back with complaints of not fitting the air filter housing tightly. That was the ones with astute car owners who could tell the difference.
As for Wix, Purolator, Fram, STP, Bosch, Wal Mart Super Tech, AutoZone, or whatever; they're all fine.
I've seen one filter failure in my entire life and that was a cheap Chinese "white box" filter in which the element started dissolving at less than 500 miles. And unfortunately, that was on my BMW motorcycle. The BMW dealer had suggested them as they were 25% of the price of the OEMs. A few weeks later i dropped into the shop and he frantically warned me about the filters failing. I went right home and removed the filter.
Normally it was a 5 minute job, I spent a full hour digging that filter frame and the muck out of the engine block cavity. The element resembled congealed toilet paper. Thankfully I got it out before the engine was wiped. The BMW dealer scrapped all of the existing filters he had.