I'm sure you'll get the 'usual'... DM6 etc or perhaps a SkyWatcher EQ6-GT.
Personally I like a manual alt/az as a change from the computerised imaging gear. A Nexus WiFi device reads the encoders and send the info to my iPad running SkySafari. It is revolutionary (although I still like to use a paper atlas at times!) Sweep to which part of the sky you want... no waiting for the mount to slew, no de-clutching, etc, etc...
I have a TEC140ED riding atop a fully equiped Half Hitch Telescope Nova Hitch alt/az mount (also on the Planet), which I can highly recommend. Unfortunately these are out of production as the maker, Charles Riddle passed some years ago, but I do see them come up on your second hand State-side astro shops.... you may even be lucky to get the last mount he made, the FTX-V2.
Perhaps even a T-REX..?
If not, the Rowan AZ100 has a very good reputation (both on here) and SGL:
But none have the Half Hitch Telescope mount two-axis balance philosophy....
Good luck with your decisions!