Another vote for Prusa here. I had a Maker Select for 3 years and thought I was getting good results. I was due to upgrade, and I bought an MK3. The build was straight forward, and it works. In the 1.5 years I have had it, I can count the number of failed prints on one hand. Owning it has moved me from making cute little toys, to just about any tool or thing I need. Replacement knob for the Crock-Pot, done in 30 minutes. Pieces for my vintage RC cars, 2 hours. Phone case for kids new cell phone, 6 hours later it is done. Kick off a print, head to bed, wake up and your item is done. As someone else said, I have lost track in the number of spools of plastic I have gone through. It has to be closer to 15 at this point.
The difference in prints between the Maker Select and the Prusa is night and day. I am honestly embarrassed to look at a print I thought was good from the Maker Select now. Prusa is building, tweaking, and innovating. The features he comes up with will be incorporated into everyone else's printers in a few years. I didn't want to wait, and I wanted to support the company. It certainly was expensive, but I regret nothing. One of the best purchases I have made in years.