Yep! Only you can decide which wax is going to be the best for you. At the end of the day they will all look good one a well prepped panel. It simply comes down to cost, ease of use, and durability. Subtle difference may been seen by some in certain lighting conditions, but often it's more the mind tricking you into thinking you are seeing a difference. Also keep in mind that with most cars today you are waxing the clear coat, and not necessarily the color itself like single stage paint....just a little food for thought.Pictures will NEVER show differences between waxes so please do not be fooled by some reviews where the people use DSLR cameras and adjust some settings.
As for the best wax, well looks are in the eye of the beholder, I can put a $2000 wax beside a $50 wax and you will not tell a difference on swirl free paint.
The key to making your car look its best is in the polishing stage, to get the most light reflecting off the surface is much easier and cost effective by using a polish, rather than a wax which adds very little to the existing paint.
If you want the best in paint protection after you polished to perfection you want a sealant, of which my favorites are Blackfire Wet Diamond, Menzerna Power Lock and Collinite Insulator Wax 845. All of them are very durable and look fantastic. And under $30 each.
Let me know if you have any further questions