I skimmed through this topic and would like to comment on who's better, what method, this or that.
In a nutshell, both are excellent and you really can't compare apples to oranges. Each uses different techniques, flavors and teaches differently. Dig down and learn from both of them because you can use both practices to incorporate into your own methods and experiences.
Remember its not about quantity, or who is better than the other. It's about bringing together this information and sharing it so we can help others.
That is my .2 and hope this helps.