Everlast are solid machines, with acceptable CS based in San Francisco. The others have very spotty quality and near zero CS. Personally I’d look for a used Lincoln for Hobart 140 both are great machines set up with smaller wire and mix gas. Especially for your use. .023 wire all day I’ve had probably 5-6 of each pass through my hands over the years as they make great little beat around machines. Usually pay around $350 for a lightly used one. I’ve since moved on to ESAB rebels for that use and love them. As much as I’m reluctant to recommend them, the newer HF green titanium and orange Vulcan line is machines is...acceptable for home use. I’ve used a few of them and was impressed. They’ve really stepped up their game. Admittedly I buy for commercial use and local CS and parts is as important as performance. Any of my inverters set up for 110v/120v can usually get near 125amps before blowing a breaker depending on voltage drop and extension cords. That’s really impressive over transformer machines. Plenty for body work.