if you have a LOWES by you they have a 2 stage more than adequate for a home user, a Kobalt 60-Gallon Electric Vertical Air Compressor
At $559.00 this would be cheaper than the PUMA but not as industrial or as quiet as a cast iron pump compressor.
The Quincy compressor listed looks like it uses a common Italian Aluminum pump and the only original Quincy part# is the sticker on the tank, doubt compressor is even made in the Quincy factory but in actuality it is just a re-labeled compressor manufactured through MAT Holdings, Inc. (Sanborne, Coleman, DeWalt, others).
Don't get me wrong I'm sure it will last for many years with light use. I have a 2 stage 60 gal Sanborn compressor myself that has lasted more than 30 years with just a little maintenance (oil, air filter, check valve, replacement electric motor, belt, etc.)
It all depends what you are looking for and what you will be happy with:
Cheaper, a little louder, runs hotter = Quincy or Kobalt compressor 50/50% on/off duty cycle
Pricier, quieter, cooler, more reliability = PUMA Iron 2 stage unit 100% on duty cycle
I would recommend the two stage PUMA for 3 reasons.
1. it has 3 cast iron individual cylinders and inter/after cooler so more cooling = less water generated in air stream
2. lower RPM = quieter/cooler operation
3. higher pressure = less cycling of on and off
my 2 cents