A well designed shootout among the leading or most popular class D amps would be very interesting, but getting conclusive results on such a highly subjective thing as how things "sound" is always problematic.
That leaves one to merely leverage both the two tools one has at their disposal to decide.....what they read including specs then always most importantly in the end what they hear.
Since everyone hears differently and also has unique goals and preferences, there is no pressure for anyone to agree with another.
At the same time, in lieu of objective measurements, no substantive conclusions regarding what is "best" or even "better" can ever be made. Each will make that determination based on the factors that matter to them. Measurements may or may not even matter in some cases.