I agree with what's been said - it's like asking "What's better, Ford, Chevy or Chrysler?" Maybe that's a bad analogy, since I think all longarm machines are better made than cars
. Very simply, the best machine is the one you
like the best.
If you go to a large quilt show or expo, you'll be able to drive all the brands and better decide which one wants you to take her home. You will also see phenominal (sp?) work done by quilters with just about every machine imaginable. I have an A-1
and wouldn't trade her for the World, but you'll hear that from Gammill, Nolting, and APQS drivers too (among others) - it's a huge investment; take your time to decide. JMHO -