CRAZYFLY Tango and OZONE Enduro might be your way to go.
I mainly turned away from Naish because of the same reason. My last issue I had was with a fronttube bladder of a 2016 Pivot. My third and last Naish bladder repair ever. The hardest "petting" I´ve ever had.
Don´t let yourself get fooled by a few fanboys here that will bash you as soon as you say something against the greatest invention in kitesurf history....
Only have two Dashs right now because they are really nice and I get them for a bargain.
But in general I prefer the OZONE Enduro. Very nice and even more versatile.
CRAZYFLY Tango: a bit more lowend by the means of lateral pull. Otherwise they are quite similar. Maybe the Tango a bit slower turning and better for unhooked and the Dash a bit more aggressive and quicker response. But we are talking about peanuts here.
OZONE Enduro: Depending on the setting (you can change by 3 different ones) it sits even further forward than the Dash. In comparsion it has a bit less lowend but is even a bit quicker so you can get out the same amount of it if you move it right. More versatile and a lot smoother in the upper end but with the same abilities in performance.
It comes to your personal preference what you like. All three kites are very close together. I reckon with kiting skills below the ones of a Kevin Langaree you will be as good as with any of them. Choose color or personal taste and it will be ok. All three kites are far above anybodies level/skills. I personally like the Enduro most because of its better versatility when switching between twintip and directional and more smoothness in power delivery. But the same reasons might be a turn off for somebody else....
Forgot to mention that the Ednuro is very lightweight and together with its position in the wind window it is also great for foiling if this sounds interesting, too?
I would call the Enduro the "Switchblade" of open C kite shapes if you get the point.
Others might perform a hint better in one niche but they don´t have the overall sweetness of the Enduro.....and it doesn´t have any octopus
Just demoed a CABRINHA FX some weeks ago and really liked it. But it is more "C" biased and with lower AR compared to the Dash. But though quick it is extremely stable in the air and with great hangtime for a kite like this. If I would not own a complete set of Enduros I would have a hard choice right now myself