Well, I think that almost ( :bluewink: ) ALL the Taiwanese saxophones are good value for money!
but really it very much depends what you need or want
Aside from the better known brands : Cannonball, P.Mauriat.......... there are many other brands which are known to the forum members for being of Taiwanese origin and there are MANY more that aren't know as to be Taiwanese but still, they are!
Not everyone who claims to be a " maker" on Taiwan and elsewhere is necessarily a "maker" meaning that they own their own facilities to produce the saxophones sold under their own names.
If you go to a trade fair like in Shanghai or Frankfurt anyone can, quite literally, enter the booth of a " maker "and get out with his own line of saxophones which will be sent to him and them from him around the world with his own name on it........ but I know for a fact that also some taiwanese companies who appear or claim to be maker are only trading companies.
To make things even more complicated, some of these " makers " don't make anything while some make by themselves some of the things which they sell and the rest they buy from other makers.
So you can go to one of these " makers" at a trade fair and order your line of saxophones and then they go to their suppliers and order the saxophones which then will be delivered to you.
So, the best value for money is , generally speaking, in the lines of intermediate saxophones which have been contracted by medium sized shops or distributors whom went to trade fairs themselves and ordered directly from factories.
In Europe there are several shops or companies with their own line of Taiwanese saxophones, I think they offer all very good value for money.