I'm not a big fan of the bean to cup machines - I like control over the whole process. We have a big Jura one in work, and it produces so-so coffee, but there is nothing you can do to improve it.
Looking at the specs of the machines, they both boast 15 bar pressure, but more pressure is not such a good thing. It's common for people to turn down the pressure on OPV equipped machines to about 9 bar, which is optimum for espresso. Both have the plastic frothing attachments which supposedly make frothing easier, but you'll never get proper microfoam using one of these gadgets.The Delonghi allows you to regulate the temperature which is not really a good thing either, as the water temp is critical to extract the most from your beans.
On the plus side, they're both dual boiler machines, so you don't need to wait until it's up to temp to froth milk. Also they both have burr grinders which will ensure your beans are freshly ground.
Personally, I'd pick up a Manual espresso machine and decent grinder and work on my technique.
This thread has debated it to death: http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showt...p?t=2055393954
and the House of Fraiser Gaggia Classic for £199 is a steal.