What does the ownership look like? Just you? You and your spouse/business partner? Or will a trust own it?
Depending on ownership an LLC that elects to file as an S-Corp can be the most tax efficient while still retaining the lawsuit protection of an LLC. It's an annoying return to file though. You need to have formal meeting minutes to be an SCorp. Which is funny. It was my wife and I pretending to be a board. "I second that motion" with two people at the table.
Also note that the state you file the business in is the state that you have to collect sales tax on, which is why Wyoming and Rhode Island are more popular than Nevada. That gives you a competitive disadvantage in whatever state you incorporate in. We sold a quarter million a year and had exactly zero sales to Wyoming.
I forgot to mention if you incorporate in Wyoming and your house is in NY you will have a hard time proving to an auditor that your business expenses for printers/internet in NY are legitimate. They may even disallow them. But there's a way to do it right. Ask a real CPA lol.