Suspension today is all very good. You really can't go wrong with any on the market. What it all comes down to is:
a) Will you be doing your own service or will a shop?
b) Will you be making your own setup changes or will a suspension person you hire?
c) What's your budget?
If you will doing the work primarily yourself on maintenance and setup, then you can get whatever is right for your budget. If you will be letting someone else work on on your stuff, I'd suggest going with the most common/commonly known so you have the largest knowledge pool you can pull from.
At my trackdays and races, most people I know have Ohlins. Plus my suspension guy tends to work most with Ohlins. So when you ride up with Ohlins, it's a few turns and you're off and riding. Also in a crash - I can swap parts with others more easily and get it dialed close to what I had with little or no guess work.
Just to not show favoritism, on my Blackbird I have Ohlins internals up front, Penske rear and on my wife's bike is on Elka :)
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