Does it say anywhere that there specialty is steel string acoustics? One could deduce that from the fact there are so many more such models, or that they have basically no higher end classical guitars. But isn't that just reflect the number of common classical guitar models and demand (if most classical players will look for the usual big names when they have the budget for what a higher end classical Dowina would cost)?
In the end I think that none of their instruments benefits from many exciting and highly innovative design approaches outside maybe the choice of woods. But no one is asking for that either, I suppose.
I hope the OP has been able to make a decision since s/he posted; if not I seem to recall that Admira could be worth looking into to, esp. their A20 model.
Gretsch G9240 "Alligator" wood-body resonator converted to non-metal strings (China, 2018?)
Bolink baroque violin (Hilversum, 1982)
Formerly: Brian Cohen baroque violin (London, 1985), Nadegini modern violin (Paris, 1924)