Precious little difference you'd notice and not worth any extra money. If you buy the HF one , make your own stand, and get the stippled dies made by Neil Dunder of Gogitzit tools to keep metal marking to a minimum. Google him, and you;ll find his dies...he refaces your old ones you send him for about $75 a set I think.
Eastwood is well known for copying good stuff, rebranding it and selling it for too much money for the low quality copies. They recently started selling the Fairmount hammer line, turns out they are imported hammers made to look like the good old Fairmounts but they are NOT the classic Fairmounts at all.