I went with the pitmaster iq primarily because it can be kept in a waterproof box during the cook, with the hose coming out to the cooker. I was looking for an entry level device and considered the Auber and the NanoQ, but the pitmaster iq is cheap and met my needs. I am sure that the CyberQ is a great device, but it is over $400 when all said and done. I am sure I will upgrade to the CyberQ or the Stoker at some point so that I can monitor my pits from anywhere, but for now, the pitmaster iq fits the bill.
It does not have a temperature read out on it, but i would use a Maverick anyway so that I could monitor the pit from inside, so that is not a deal breaker for me. My pitmaster seems a bit finicky whenever I start a cook, but with in an hour or two it locks onto the temperature and holds it there. I have no regrets.