I have fluke, beckman, simpson 360, HF stuff...
Been in communicafions over 30 years, early fluke was POS at rf sites while beckman worked fine.
Current gen of fluke are great for pro use, but a little expensive for one time a year use.
I much prefer US made and go to local industral supply or electronics supplier for items that matter, consumables are difficult to find US made, but HF does sell US made sandpaper, air hose and a few other items.
On one trip to HF wound up with about 3 of the meters, combined with the 4 others i already had.
The test leads fall apart and they are too short, but when you need garden gloves or sanding disks and the meters are free you almost get your money's worth.
I use the flukes most of the time, but if i am working on the bobcat out in the yard and am going to get dirty then the HF one it is.
At work it is a fluke when it matters, HF when in the bad part of town...
Any of them are suitable for simple troubleshooting and very basic stuff.
But if you are expecting pro service then fluke for digital and simpson for analog
Tony & Lori
1989 Country Coach Savannah SE