Be sure to order the SafeTorch for Black & White when you get whatever you are getting. For a klutz such as me who is always dropping things on the floor or can't remember what aperture the enlarger lens is set at, it is a real help.
Whatever you may choose...it is ok..but I suggest you download the manuals for the Stopclock and Analyzer and then decide and I think the man behind the RHDesigns woud be quite willing to answer any questions. I have used the Analyser Pro for some years now and I am very pleased with it but saying this....will certainly arouse those who have a better opinion...such is life
I have been using a StopClock for a long time (mine can do "only" 1/4 stops as the minimum step, guess it's old..;-)..).
Later I bought a ZoneMaster II, somehow I could not get along to well (would not want to part with my ancient StopClock!) with the Zone Master; calibrating it to all the different papers I use, choosing the right patches in the negatives, removing the MG filter from the drawer for measurement and forgetting to put it back before exposure..etc..
Someday I have to get try to get friends again with the ZoneMaster..