I commented on another Pro One post here that I just bought a tenor. It's very good. I occasionally - after a few weeks - think that it might become my main tenor. This is over a very good VI and a Mauriat 66 RUL. I think that the Mauriat is a 'better' horn - it has a clear, big, broad, full sound all the way up and down that I just love for some stuff, but I just don't sound as warm on it as I like. Other players clearly get a warm sound out of it. The Pro One has a nice big full sound and can sound sweet and very warm. The Mark VI also sounds great all around. And I may end up sticking with it. But I keep wanting to pick up the Pro One. All of what I've heard since playing jazz music on tenor makes it a little difficult wrapping my mind around picking an Antigua over a Selmer Mark VI. ! But. When you have a choice and keep picking up one more than the others, that just might be your horn. I've been very indecisive and changed my preferences frequently. So. We'll see. But I'm just posting my experience so far.I have a pro one soprano and think its a great horn. I wouldn't mind having a tenor, but don't need another.
I don't know about other people but I rely on listening to good players playing horns I'm interested in, on YouTube. And Antigua doesn't have much. But I have heard Don Braden - he plays one and he could obviously play anything.