I have an Excalibur and really like it. It is very accurate out to 40 yards on paper. The newer models are narrower and easier to handle in blinds or tree stands. Reviews say they are a bit quieter also.
Excalibur makes quite possibly the toughest crossbows. Don't try the micro with airbrake package unless you are ready to buy one. That is their small one, much smaller than their other models. The drawback (no pun intended) is the draw weight, being a Recurve they requite higher poundage to obtain the speeds. They are some of the lighter weight physically of the crossbows. Made in Canada, now owned by Bowtech
Tenpoint are excellent well made crossbows, a little heavy but well made and most models are narrow and handy. Checkout the Stealth FX-4 for a very nice one that performs very well. Horton crossbows are made by Tenpoint these days and are very good quality with the Horton Storm reverse limb being compact and balance point between the hands like a rifle. Made in Ohio
Parker good solid crossbows from a good company with very good customer service and like the ones above have a lifetime warranty. Made in Virginia. Personal favorite of their line is the Tornado F4
Darton, not as popular as the others but make the quietest crossbows I have ever shot. Made in Michigan 5 year warranty if I recall correctly
Stryker, Bowtech's original crossbow line and have had issues with the 350 and 380 models but their Solution is a good bow with those issues apparently resolved.
Carbon express, nice bows but the scope mount on most models the scope mounting rail is unsupported where the scope is attached and doesn't take much to bend it down resulting an a crossbow you cannot zero.
Barnett, 5 year warranty many models made in China and they have had lots of string issues of late. Most are at a pretty good price point but quality has suffered in the last couple years. Their highest end bow comes with an extra set of strings and cables for a reason, you will most likely need them sooner than you would want, it also has lots of little bells and whistles that are easily broken, it is fast but there are a lot better bows IMO for 1400 bucks.
PSE has a few and seem pretty good for the $
That is just a quick rundown of observations over the last few years.