Ok, this is tough as each persons perception of "Best" is as varied as people and their personal uses are
Right now I think the best all around bow for the money is the Bengal. I bought mine, mostly because it was a lefty model on the shelf and was a reasonably inexpensive way for me to try to upgrade myself to a release and try a single cam. Figured if I could get a "better" bow later.
I have to say, I'm pretty impressed (not so much with it's factory string/cable).
I really thought I would shoot it for a while, then dump it for another dual cam Firecat...I just like "Firecat's".
But now, as well as it seems to fit me and my needs, I see no reason to change and just really enjoy shooting this bow.
If I go back a bit over the last 7 seven or so, I'd have to go with the Pro Series Firecat and/or Scepter lines.
The 1996 Firecat XRG with Ultra Sonic wheels, would still be my personal pick as Best All Around Martin Bow.
It was(is) a nice shooting stable bow for target and hunting, smooth draw, stayed in tune, not the fastest out there but decent speed, quiet and very accurate.
And apparently durable since I still have it after 15yrs and although still set-up as a finger bow, would have no problem picking it up today and go target, hunting, or 3D shooting with it.
2009 Martin Bengal M2 Pro Cam w/factory STS & CCS.....66lbs, 29" DL, 422gr @ 272fps, Winners Choice string/cable, Trophy Taker drop-away Rest, Scott Release
1996 Martin Firecat XRG Pro Series w/Ultra Sonic wheels.....69lbs, 29" DL, 465gr @ 245fps, w/fingers & Martin leather glove