I have a rear Woods and front Coast on my 2 dr.
My wife's 4 dr has a front Tattons and rear Rubicon Express.
I would not buy a new Rubicon Express again. I had to rebuild the cardon joint in the front shaft on the RE, and the splines ended up with play in them. A JK with 5.38 gears spins a driveshaft really, really fast. If you have 5.38s, drive your 6 speed in 5th gear or put your automatic in 3rd gear at highway speeds (with a transmission ratio of 1:1), and you will see your driveshaft rpms because your engine rpms will equal your driveshaft rpms.
Driveshafts for JKs with low gears need to be balanced at very high rpms.
I would buy a Woods, Coast, or Tattons again.
The Woods uses a flange instead of a yoke at the axle side:
I don't know if the flange is stronger than using a yoke. The downside of the flange is that depending on your suspension setup, the flange on the rear pinion can occasionally hit your gas tank skid.
Most of the trail failures I have seen are yokes, but they seem to be more common. So, I don't know if there is a strength correlation. I know forged yokes cost more.
The Coast, Tattons, and JE Reel use yokes on the axle sides of their 1310s:
But, you can see above that JE Reel uses flanges on its 1350 HDs.
The Woods and JE Reel use serviceable, proprietary u-joints.
I understand that the Coast and Tattons use sealed Spicer u-joints.
The advantage of serviceable is that you don't need to replace them as often if you keep them greased.
My understanding is that the Spicers might be stronger than the proprietary serviceable u-joints, but that if you wheel hard or do a lot of highway miles, you will want to replace the sealed Spicer u-joints once a year.
Tom Wood does a lot to support the 4x4 community. I can't recall a club event in Montana, South Dakota, or Utah where he had not donated $ and/or certificates and swag. I've wheeled with Tom in Moab and had a couple dinners with him. I have visited with him on the trail and on the phone multiple times. You couldn't find a nicer guy than Tom.
As a result, Tom most often gets my business. Of the 5 driveshafts I've bought for our jeeps in the last few years, 3 of them were from Tom.
My next purchase will be 1350s to run with Currie RJ 60s set up with axle side yokes. They will most likely be from Tom.
Contact Tom through his thread in the Vendor section, email him, or call him, and he will send you a discount certificate.
I don't know how much this answers your question, but it summarizes my experience and understanding.