I've tried the Madrid, Munich and Hauser 'Martinez' professional models at the Acoustic Centre in South Melbourne. These are branded as Katoh and distributed by Lamberti's in Australia.
Of these, the Hauser copy had good volume and had the most even, lovely tone across the scale. Munich I rated second however it might just be the guitars I tried. In Singapore, two weeks earlier, I had compared the Torres and the Munich and found I preferred the Munich for it bigger sound and richer tones. Martinez also make a DF69 Daniel Friederich copy which I understand is very good indeed - it has a raised fingerboard and extra fret and sells for a comparable price.
I purchased the Hauser copy. It's 64cm scale length, slightly smaller body than usual and also has beautiful flamed maple back and sides. It makes a nice change from my Contreras doble tapas 1985 and my Khono-Sakurai Proj J 2010.
I think Martinez (Katoh) offer some of the best value out there - we are talking USD 1200-1300 for very good guitars.
fyi: The Moller duo play Godoy double tops (Godoy II)- Godoy being Martinez's lead luthier. These sell for around USD 4000-5000, a a small fraction of what you pay for hand made guitars of this quality made in the West.