The other thing to consider is how long (or even IF) someone has been involved in the hobby as to what tools they should be buying. If just getting started, etc, less expensive is probably not a bad idea. I wouldn't go "cheaper" than the Integy, or the Dynamite. As you start to replace tools start one at a time, maybe, with the better tools as you get an idea of what you use most often. Or as you get an idea that you may be in the hobby for the long term (honestly, we are the minority). I figure after 25 years in the hobby now I probably qualify as "long term".
Then again...I get a lot of my "nice" stuff buying out folks who got into the hobby, spent money like there was an endless supply, figured out (for whatever reason) they might have more fun doing something else and sell out their stuff for fractions of what they paid for it. So yeah...go out and buy the GOOD stuff!!!