"Better" is a subjective thing...
Do you prefer an auto locker or selectable? Do you have ADD or not?
An auto locker like a Lock-right is cheaper and easier to install, but it causes increased wear with ADD, and can be a PITA offroad w/o twin sticks.
A selectable locker like an ARB is more expensive, harder to install, and requires a support system [i.e. air source], but arguably offers more flexibility offroad. BTW, it is not the hoses that leak, it is the O-ring on the slip collar.
Either way, make sure that you carry a spare CV shaft in your rig when on the trail; lockers of any type put more stress on the axleshafts.
'10 RAV4 - 3.5L [269 HP], active 4WD, Sport suspension - really fun car to drive
'02 Tundra - 4.7L, 4.30 diffs, Kings front, rear AAL and anti-sway
'xx Toyo-Heep - 4.3L TBI, TH-350, 4.70 xfer twin stick, 4.10 Detroits F&R in 8" Toyo diffs w/4-wheel disc brakes, Champion beadlocked 35" BFGs