What kind of metering do you need to accomplish?
The Skonics are great meters, but meters are meters.
It depends on what you want to measure, what you are going to use the measurements for and how you interpret the measurements.
For example, when using my Einsteins, the Cyber Commander is a superior meter because it can communicate with the lights to change power settings.
In other situations, my camera's reflective meter does a good job because it lets me dial in flash exposure compensation from the camera.
In yet another situation, the LCD on the back of the camera is a good meter because it lets me see what all the lighting is contributing so I can dial the best power setting into each group via the AC3 affixed to the MiniTT1 that's on the camera. The AC3 is talking to speedlites as well as AB moonlights and Einstein moonlights.
Naturally, all of this is easier to accomplish once you know your lighting equipment.