The quality of the Tenpoint is second to none. A chevy is a nice car but it's no mercedes.
The Phantom in the price range you mentioned is a full package. It has a soft case, it has a hard case, it has a steady edy arm, bolts, broadheads, scope, quiver, crank, etc.
The bow itself has multiple safety's. Anti dry fire, normal safety, thumb safety on the forearm.
The triggers on the tenpoints are superior. I've shot many crossbows and only a few have a trigger as good as the tenpoints.
This bow is very quiet for as fast as it is, especially compared to some of the lower cost models. When I sight these in for customers at 20yards, I cannot shoot more than one bolt at a time. I end up with a robinhooded bolt.
I hope this helps.