Given the level of sophistication and competition in the prop industry, I would think that the same-spec prop (pitch, diameter, blade count, rake...) from each manufacturer would perform so closely to each other in a pleasure application, that they're wouldn't be a significant difference. It's going to be far more important that you get the correct configuration more than a particular manufacturer.
The key thing is that you work with the prop manufacturer on what's most important for you: top speed, cruise efficiency, acceleration, boat balance, etc. One prop spec will not give you everything. When I was faced with a new setup, I started by borrowing as many props as I could to test before trying to nail down an exact specification. The testing showed me that my initial guess would have been wrong.