I have an Inno IFS-10 that I have used regularly over the last 5 years. I also have a Fuji 60S and 70S in my arsenal (I work alone). I have to admit, I am and always have been a Fuji guy. It all started when the Fujikura FSM20-CSII first came out. I bought the Inno to have as a backup in emergency situations. It has been a very dependable splicer and I have about 9,000 splicers on it so far.
I have checked out a lot of other splicers at trade shows. Most of them look like garbage. A few servicable. The Inno, in my opinion, is a GREAT backup splicer. But it is hard to beat Fuji.