For tournament play, I would go with the Kila drive board. They are still in business and presumably will provide updates for ramping rules and such. You could probably fine tune a Nox board to do the same thing, but they are not easy to come by. Plus, Nox no longer exists, so there is no customer support as far as I know.
For recreational play, I like the predator lite board because it is very easy to adjust. However, they tend to have bounce issues and tag does not offer updates for the predator lite, so the programming is 4-5 years (or more) old.
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