How many AP's do you plan to install? aside from a singular AP performance, it's probably more relevant to assess the controller function and features along with the radio performance.
The controller function and features along with the client compatibility unfortunately go hard against mtk enterprise WiFi
How many do I intend to install?
I have installed over a thousand Ruckus Access Points over the last 10 years. The radio performance has beaten out other manufactures in many different environments. They are the wireless provider I can count on more often than not.
However... In that time... I have ONLY USED MIKROTIK ROUTERS. They have been the routers I can get to solve whatever issue I was brought in for.
As to the controller functionality... Caps man looks good on paper. I have used it a few times and had decent results. The weakness has been the performance of the radios it controls.
And when I found what looks like a bug where one radio on a caps-man will completely stop accepting clients... I sent logs and descriptions. However Arturs replies once every 30 days. This makes it impossible to trouble shoot anything. And when I try to request that Normis get involved... I get a condescending reply from another forum member who doesn't even under stand /IP services vs /IP firewall. Then Normis spits back that I need a paid consultant... But moving on.
I have dozens of posts about how the wAP AC can't get anywhere near the speeds it should with a 3x3 radio. Even replies on this forum that the processor is probably the problem.
The cAP AC and hAP AC2 sucked right out of the gate which has proven to be "standard fare" for Mikrotik wireless access points. Also "par" for Mikrotik products, has been for the performance to "improve dramatically" after a few iterations of firmware and several months. Taking the garbage performance of 3-5Megs of throughput increased to 300 Meg's over time. While this is still 1/2 of what a 2x2 radio should get... It is a step up.
So when I ask... "How is the 4011 performance as a Wireless Access Point right now..."
That's what I mean.
"It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so."