If you know you are going to digitize a lot I think that the Stanton with digital out is the best option. That makes recording in your PC a lot simpler, you can connect the turntable directly to your PC without the need of a mixer.
I haven't been able to listen to the Sound quality of the digital output, but I think this wil be good enough. While mixing there is not much difference between the Technics and these OEM turntables.
It might be a good idea to use software like Steinberg Clean
to optimize your recordings. It has a neat batch-filter to make life easy. I've used it with good results :D