If you can do wood working, you can't beat making a miller feeder. Or buy a top feeder. Top feeders are bad in the spring, but in the fall they can suck down gallons in days. Plus you can refill them without bothering the bees and with a minimum of effort.
All the ways work, they all have positives and negatives .
A frame feeder will go through gallons fast, but then you are opening the hive. Containers/jars with holes can leak, and you have to have an empty box and face the bees when checking and refilling. I find jars work best in the spring, because it is right over the cluster. You can also do things like baggie feeders.