I am using Ross switches and track and am very pleased with it. I like the way it looks and it has been easy to work with (I use the sectional track). I have worked with GG with friends, and it was good to work with, too. About the only bad thing I had with Ross track was the insulating pins, they are pretty delicate and well, I am not (I talked to Msr. Hikel about that at York in the fall, he 3d prints them and said he was thinking of using a different material). Plus it is made here, less problems with the crazy supply chain.
The one thing I can say is that Ross is run the way a small business should be, their customer service experience is first rate. Any questions I have had, get answered quickly and it seems like they stand behind the product, too. About the only downside is I had a somewhat large couple of orders and they took about 6 weeks to get filled, but the last of these was late last year (haven't been working on my trains last 5 months or so), and it was because they had a ton of orders (which I am glad, means they will be in business.