Depends on what you're doing.
Mogami and Canare both make two sizes of starquad (which is the common wire most people use for cables)
Mogami W2534 is a full size 6.0mm OD cable with served shielding and 24awg conductors.
Mogami W2893 is a compact 4.8mm OD cable with served shielding and 26awg conductors.
Canare L-4E6S is a full size 6.0mm OD cable with braided shielding and 24awg conductors.
Canare L-4E5C is a compact 4.8mm OD cable with braided sheilding and 26awg conductors.
Both companies use very similar PVC jackets with nearly identical texture and suppleness. Mogami's served shielding can cause some twisting issues so be sure to straighten out the cable before working with it, the shielding can cause a permanent twist in the cable which requires retermination to straighten the shield wires out.
If made up some 4' Mogami cables and had to redo them because the served shield was not straight and the cable will never fully straighten until I reterminate it and straighten the shield.
Other than that Mogami's served shield is easier to work with as you don't have to unbraid the shield to work with it just untwist.
They all feel round and you can not feel the internals as they use thick jackets, even shields and filler between the conductors. They are the best audio cables for transmission of analog audio.
Watch out for plenum rated and console cable, often it's thin jacketed with harder jacket for professional in-wall permanent installation and not portable use.