What is good, what is better - wow, I rest my case. Back to the handgun analogy where, by the way the gun in question actually costs more than a Kapex. For what I needed, there were several which met most of the criteria, but only one met all, and that particular gun had a boat-load of haters, primarily because of its cost, but all kinds of negatives were expressed ranging from "it isn't reliable, wouldn't feed the ammo of my choice, the manufacturer wouldn't stand behind it," etc. I bought it because it met my stated needs, and literally thousands of rounds later, nary a bobble - I couldn't be happier.
What is you need? Is weight important, size, footprint, horizontal, vertical cutting capacity, lasers, reproducibility of settings, blade flex, blade run-out - actual kerf, and more? Once you set forth your needs, you will find the one answer. Buy what you need. There are plenty of Kapex owners who are quite satisfied, and if you are in the USA, you have 30 days after your purchase to return it if you don't like it. I cannot endorse the Kapex for you for I don't know your needs. I can endorse the Kapex for my self, for just like my edc Kimber, it meets my needs.