He wins hands down. They are entirely different gearboxes and F1 systems.
The 4200 F1 system is identical-not exactly the same- as the 575M.
On your car the F1 actuator is mounted on the left hand side in front of the axle, his is on the right hand side aft of the axle just like the 575. The software in the two cars is TOTALLY different. The 360 DOES shift faster.
As far as reliability you cannot compare the two, Ferraris average 2500 miles a year and while I do not know the Mas average, it has to be much higher. So the problems will not surface as often. With that said, when I worked at
FMLI we did not see too many F1 system failures on ANY Ferrari, however we saw TONS of Maserati F1 failures. Now give him his money.