KAPLAN. It even LOOKS just like the NCLEX. Makes you feel more comfortable going in and worth it. I took mine yesterday and was calmed by seeing it so similar to Kaplan; even the colors are the same! Lots of practice questions too
It all depends. If you are strong in content, then take Kaplan. Their questions are harder and really get you to think critically. If you are not the strongest in content, Hurst might be better. Regardless, you can always look up what it is that you do not know. Review the rationales and continue to do Qs. Then take tests of all the Qs you answered incorrectly. In 3 weeks, I answered about 5000 Qs btw finishing both ATI and Kaplan. I passed in 75. A friend of mind did Hurst and ATI and he also passed in the minimum.
I did Hurst, and got great results. But I needed more. I believe that I was the exception rather than the rule though. So I combined it with Feuer, and got the results that I needed. Hurst taught me to think on my feet. Feuer finished it up for me on content.