Bravo has the Laser beat hands down for ease of use.
Laser is almost certainly faster, but that's not the point.
Bravo is a recreational boat that's built for ease of use and not speed. Because it's rotomolded polyethylene, it's virtually indestructible.
Laser is fiberglass - and considerably more fragile.
Laser is an Olympic class - and comes with all the attendant baggage thereto (strict class rules, very high competition levels).
Laser 2 is a 2 person boat and doesn't really compare to the other two.
I started out on Lasers & Sunfish 30 years ago; sailed a Bravo at the H-16 Worlds in Mexico last year and they're both good boats.
But I wouldn't give up my Hobie 16 for anything