Ah, that shouldn't happen either, unless you've got something odd/missing in the set up or run script.
You're welcome, and since you asked nicely... Standard is a single value (usually - you can alter this) for each field over the whole domain. Hybrid solves the Laplacian (I think) equation over the domain, so whilst the solution is "wrong" it's often reasonable relative to the converged state. Depending on the physics and boundary conditions both options are "best", but if you have reactions & pressure boundaries you may find hybrid to give a better starting point. From there, with a very stiff solution the solver may struggle from a poor starting point. Check the Fluent CFD course in Learning, if it's the same slides as I give when teaching it's covered: I give an edited version to University course every year.