I was in the same boat earlier this year and I finally went with a Rigol DS1054z. Mine came with all the options unlocked (If not, there's a website to generate all the codes), so it's quad channel 100mhz , 1GSa/s, can do serial, spi and i2c decoding, and has ethernet. Just a lot more scope for not much more money.
Don't know about the current product offerings, but for anecdotal value I've had a DSO-2090 for 10+ years. Often had it hanging off my Pentium M laptop with scope probes running under the dash/hood of a car. Right now it's connected to my FPGA dev board.