Personally, I have a drop away on my 3D bow, and a lizard tounge on my target bow. The only difference is the drop away is harder to set up. Some people might say the drop away is worse at far distance because it gives the arrow no guidance at all, but In reality, it doesn't really make a difference if you have fletched arrows. Plus, the rest doesn't fall as soon as you hit the trigger.
All in all, I'd take the lizard tounge becauseits easier to set up.
I agree with the above post. The lizard toungue will have more consistent contact with the arrow and in turn better groups. I switched from a drop-away to a blade rest this winter and saw better scores as a result.
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