I find reliability trumps good enough. Most things I have bought because they were good enough ended up letting me down when the need for it to work was highest.
With battery operated stuff buy something with a battery size you will use enough to keep it alive. Setting and discharging not in use seems to kill batteries prematurely which also seems to manifest itself at the most convenient time .
1993 F350 Crew Cab Long Bed 7.3 IDI 5 speed 4x4. Currently stock except for the 255/85R16's.
1983 GMC 6.2L Suburban with sm465/np205 undergoing construtive surgery to include 1 ton axles, crossover steering, 52" front springs, and rear shackle flip. Has 285/70r17 STT's on H2 rims.
Both running biodiesel.
2007 Subaru Outback 2.5i with 5-speed manual.
1965 2WD F100 7.5L with C6.
1967 mustang coupe project on hold waiting for a garage or shop.
1979 CX500 putt arounder.