Don't fall into the 'wax trap'. Yes, you should put a quality wax on your car. But there isn't one 'magical' wax that will make your car shine harder than another.
I would say just narrow it down on what you want. Synthetic or Carnauba? Are you going to do some paint correction, polish, 2 stage?
Once you decide on what you want you can narrow it down to price and brand.
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Unless you have a classic car with a custom, 10 layer paint job, any mainstream wax will do.
Personally, I have used both Meguiar's and Pinnacle. Both with good results. I had a GGP IS300 which I used Pinnacle on. I stayed away from Synthetic waxes since I preferred 'deep' gloss vs. intense shine. Now I have a black GS430 and I still use Pinnacle wax with a Meguiar's polish.
It has been said to use synthetic for light cars (for the shine) and carnauba for darker cars (for the deep, 'wet look').
For $200? I would go to a custom shop and let them wax the car for me. Or, take that $200, and get a good clay bar and lubricant, Stage 1 paint correction polish with orange cutting pad, Stage 2 Polishing Glaze and Swirl remover with polishing pad, Stage 3 Finishing Polish with Polish pad and finally, a good Carnauba Wax (Liquid or solid) with finesse finishing pad. And go to work.