North Star vs. Culligan Reverse Osmosis

We're building a new home and are considering installing a Reverse Osmosis system. I've heard that North Star is less expensive and that Culligan is more expensive.
Does anyone have experience with these two systems and/or know if they are equivalent in functionality/features?
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