FET considerations (from a non-specialist):
advantage: much lower gate charge and rise/fall time than IRFP4468, cheaper
disadvantage: the silicon capabilities are good (180A @25°C), but probably due to small inner bondage wires from the legs to the silicon the I_RMS is indicated as only "75 A I_LCRMS Lead Current RMS", RDS_on = 6.4 mOhm max. on-resistance
advantage: very low RDS on of 2.6 mOhm max. on-resistance, 195 A I_Dpackage @25°C, proven on ES to deliver 160A I think.
disadvantage: more expensive
As Lebowski was able to tune both FETs to a very nice and short (~300ns) switching behavior, I would prefer the 4468 allowing twice as much I_RMS
* MTI 85W100GC: bought a bunch without using them yet... with 90A_cont @90°C, only 3.2 mOhm R_DS(on) and very low gate charge they seem to be very cool. The very compact form invites to use them stacked up following Lebowskis original vision of paralleled Power-PCBs. If I could take the hurdles of KiCad I would adapt the Power PCB for the MTI 85...
Modified Scott Nitrous "Chameleon" 74V 3kW with Rüegger-tuned MagicPieV2, Lyen 12FET, bluetooth BMS
(to be converted to Lebowski-Controller with temp.control and field weakening).
Quantya Evo1, Lynch motor, modified battery 74V 40Ah, Alltrax AXE 7245
e-Scooter vRone, Lynch motor, Alltrax AXE 7245
Dream: Quantya with Lebowski-Controller and brushless motor (Revolt RV-160, Colossus, Emrax 207, ...)