I narrowed our choices to these two builders as well and agonized over the same decision. We ended up buying an Albin. All other things being equal the tipping point for us was that Albin is one of the oldest builders on the planet and was one of the very few who had company Engineers on site in Taiwan overseeing construction. That said, I "now know" if they were there, much of the time they must have been drunk or sleeping because I have many of the same problems that plague all the other brands. If you have narrowed the choice to these two builders based on specific features you seek, my advice is forget which brand and buy the best maintained of either you can find. Even the poorest built boats afloat "if lovingly maintained" are a better buy than a big brand name that has been neglected and abused. If it comes down to flipping a coin, take the one with the newest canvas, a 36 with full bimini and enclosed aft will suck up upwards of 8K to replace.
As to features, I heartily second SeaSalt in that an enclosed aft deck is a really big plus. In fact a must to my wife if I wished to remain in boating.
PS: Both having Danforth's, I guess choosing based on anchor styles is out