Let's compare, and reflect, upon the options...
Orion 4.5"(114mm) f/4 - $209 + $9.95 shipping = $219.94, and after placing in the virtual cart
32mm ocular: 14x
6mm ocular: 75x
6mm combined with a 2x barlow, and for a simulated 3mm: 150x
Zhumell Z130/Meade MLB 130/AWB OneSky, and all 5"(130mm) f/5 - $199 + free shipping
650mm focal length
6mm and 2x barlow: 216x
I'd prefer even the OneSky over the Orion; maybe, to be perfectly honest; and yes, quite frankly, the closed tube of the Orion just might win me over in that contest.
As with any fast telescope, it is a given that low-power wide-field magnifications are to be had, but it is also desirable that moderate to even higher magnifications are made manifest for meaningful lunar and planetary study, not to mention that of double-stars. A 130mm f/5 trumps a 114mm f/4 in said versatility, and for a well-rounded observing experience; not only in having an extra 200mm of focal-length, but an extra half-inch of aperture thrown into the bargain, and for less money; much less money in fact...
To clear up the collimation concern regarding the Z130, and on page 6(9)... https://cdn.shopify....955087525164766
Interestingly, the manual also covers the Zhumell Z114, which appears hauntingly similar to Orion's. Hmm, the Z114 114mm f/4 is $70.94 cheaper than Orion's 114mm f/4...
Let's have an even closer look, shall we?
Both 114mm f/4 reflectors come with two oculars, Kellners or MAs, yet the Z114 does not come with a stamped-metal eyepiece tray screwed into the particle board. Pity, that, but for an extra three $20 bills and a ten swelling my wallet, not to mention 94¢ jingling in my pocket, I'd rather make my own; even out of East Indian rosewood, given the savings.
Reviews of the Meade and Zhumell are scant at best. The Zhumell is perhaps even lesser known than the Meade, not only due to its being sold by only one vendor here in the States, but Zhumell, as a brand, not a maker, is a relative newcomer. Meade has been around for many years, for more than Orion, and the company's 130mm f/5 already has one YouTube video to its credit. Orion-branded products, on the other hand, are also sold through Amazon.com, in addition to the model in question having been on the market for a much longer span...