Always the coolest Beatle.
Lennon and McCartney get all the credit, and sure, they wrote the majority of the Beatles' most beloved songs, but George has been the coolest member of the gang. Fashion-forward, spiritually in-touch, musically ambitious (John & Paul wrote the pretty pretty pop songs, but George is the one who really pushed the limits), and the least-willing to put up with the John-Paul-Yoko trinity of bullshit melodrama at the band's end, George was the progenitor of modern hipsterness, 40 years before it was cool (in true hipster fashion). I mean, c'mon! Dude was doing selfies in 1966! With analog film! How cool is that? He didn't even have a little screen where he could check the shot and re-take if he thought the angle wasn't flattering.
I know what you're thinking. "Okay fine, so he got photobombed by the Taj Mahal. Whatever. [John/Paul] wrote [insert song] and also [thing] and that's why [John/Paul] is the best." But I'm here to tell you that you're wrong. You are factually and empirically wrong. Wanna know why?
Have I made my point? No? How about now?
Really? You're still being stubborn? Just give in already! Don't make me do this! Okay, fine. You asked for it.
That's it. Case in point. George wins.
(also because he died on my 16th birthday which obviously that we're spiritually connected or something, none of which plays into my rational and objective belief that he is the best Beatle)