Experiment = innovation.
I did an experiment with my tomato plants this year and realized that you need to let them grow wild to have a really nice yield. I used traditional tomato cages in both gardens and trimmed the tops of the tomatoes in one and didn’t trim the tomatoes at all in the other. In the ones I trimmed I’m no longer getting tomatoes, but in with the ones I let grow wild I’m getting many. The ones I let grow wild have over taken their cages and are mostly leaned over on the ground growing tomatoes every which way. This is mostly due to the poor quality construction of the thin wired tomato cages you get at any local hardware store. Therefore I call for innovation in design of the traditional tomato cage. I ask for substantial tomato cages be welded from rebar in the shape I’ve outlined below and have them constructed at least 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide at the top. This way you’ll be able to have plentiful tomatoes for many months while letting them grow as nature intended.
Someone build it and sell them for $20 a piece as lifetime tomato cages. You’d probably need support structure on the front and back, but you get the idea. This would need to be welded. This would be the Yeti Cooler of the tomato cage world. You’d never need to buy another one.