Id go with the York but would definitely opt for a heat pump and upgrade to the AVG air handler with a true ecm. There is alot of adjustment capabilities in that air handler and settings for different climates.
I don't sell either so my advice is based on servicing both brands over more than 25 years. I have a slight preference for Bryant over York.
I think the determining factor should be the quality of the installation. Which company did the most thorough examination of your house, including the duct system? Did they perform a heat load calculation to determine the proper size for your new equipment? Did they offer you choices and features to meet both your needs and your budget?
BTW, I recommend a variable speed blower motor for the best de-humidification and comfort.
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