I'm writing up reviews on Blasterhub, but in the meantime I'll leave the relevant info here for you guys. They're all about $20 (may need to recheck the Xshot price, might be less on that one).
Xshot Pressure Jet
Made of the cheaper feeling plastic on the body, but works well. Am getting 35ft angled at full pressure. Performs as well as expected for a giant pressurized reservoir with a single small nozzle. Less power, but serious endurance. Can empty the reservoir with ease.
Tidal Storm Battle Monster (Prime Time Toys, Target exclusive)
Solid plastic body you'd expect. About 80mL comes out of the rubber CPS chamber. 1200mL or so reservoir capacity. Comes with a fitting for attaching to a garden hose, and a secondary trigger for that. Has three nozzle settings (thin, wider, four stream spray), duplicated to allow both triggers to fire the same stream setting. Hitting 35ft with the main blaster. Refusing to drag out the hose at home until it gets warmer.
There's a hose in the reservoir going to the back, so no issues there.
Adventure Force Power Raider (Buzz Bee Toys, Walmart exclusive)
Several issues plague what could be a great blaster. 1800mL reservoir, but no real "bottom" or internal hose for draining (like the other two). So not holding the blaster flat will do fun things at the end of the load.
The main killer is the hose in the firing chamber. The one shown was bent with a heat gun by myself. Normally, the hose stiffness and it's short length means it sticks straight back, so normal blaster firing (any direction but vertical) only partially empties the tank. Initial shot will be giant mist shot as the level drops enough for the air to escape, and then you only fit 2 pumps worth of water (~15mL pump volume) before the safety valve opens. 25ft shots are pathetic, and no real power.
With the bent hose, it performs better than advertised, doing 6-7 pumps to fill, and 45ft max ranges. Three nozzle settings (thin/wider/spray).