Sharpsman, the muzzleloader in not hard to clean. But, if your shooting Pyrodex you have to clean it every time you use it. Not so with smokeless.
Most "black power" rifle owners shoot black powder subs anyway not actual black powder.
The savage is $500-700 and the gun you mentioned is $2500. I put my money on the savage. I shoot about 3/4" to 1.25" groups at 100 yards. I don't need to shoot it past 200 anyway, but I know guys who have taken game out to 300.
If you want to compare your gun to another muzzleloader, compare it to the NULA, "New Ultra Light Arms" the website is Ultra Light Arms - custom made rifles
They cost about $1500 and will shoot some amazing groups.
A muzzleloader will never be as consistant as a modern rifle. I'm not saying accurate, I'm saying consistent. First off, you will always have more flyers with a muzzleloader smokeless or not. It just the way it is. You are pouring powder down a barrel and pushing a bullet on top. Especially in a hunting situation when your adrenalin is pumping.
I'll stick with my savage before I spend $2500 for a gun that shoots pyrodex.