For rec play, I'd recommend a NOX only because once you memorize the main registers (Firing mode, dwell and ROF cap) you can change most of what you need with just trigger pulls and you won't have to pull out your allen wrench set to change settings.
However you're going to have to be patient since NOX boards don't come up too often.
But if you need another board soon , I'd say get the Kila board. It can ROF cap to the tourneys nowadays and honestly has a butt load of adjustibility. The main drawback for me is that you need to physically manipulate switches on the board itself to adjust the settings and that means taking off half of the grip. A pain, but the board is solid and the company is still in business and they say they can do software updates for life(bonus)