The TAZ 4.1 is my second 3D printer. My first was a very inexpensive one with which I never really got decent results. I would have saved time and money by purchasing the more costly TAZ to begin with.
I can’t, of course, tell you what is the right printer for you. However I can state that the TAZ is a very, very good machine with a fair price. I like the size, the variety of filaments that work with the stock machine, the solidness of it, the tone of this forum, the fact that it is open source, and that it doesn’t seem to be particularly finicky. I’ve also found all my interactions (email and phone) with Lulzbot to be courteous and professional. So it is certainly the right printer for me.
Whatever printer you wind up with, keep in mind that there will be some learning and trial-and-error before you start getting the best output. I believe this will be true with any 3D printer.