I'm not sure what the material is you are referring to. Could you post some information or a link?
I am personally sold on Scamp's current method, which consists of a layer of foil-bubble insulation (like Reflectix) covered with marine hull liner fabric. It's a two-stage process, but the materials appear to be relatively easy to work with, widely available, and reasonably priced. It feels warm and soft to the touch, resists stains, mildew, and condensation, and is very durable.
I'm not sure what Escape
uses, but it's some kind of foam-backed vinyl. Owners praise its durability and washability.
By most accounts I've read, Ensolite is more challenging to install. It's worth preserving if you already have it, but not the material of choice if starting over from scratch.
The real question is why you want to change if your Trillium
already has Ensolite. You're looking at a major project to remove the old, clean the surface, and install something different. There's a lot that can be done to clean, patch, and improve the appearance of the existing Ensolite.