Well, like always, it depends want you want to do, but with the 1000€ budget you can get a lot. Or you want to a have a Tektronix - then you need to look for refurbished ones
About MSO capabilities there is in fact quite a lot of opinion out there, and I think a separate logic analyzer is better. You may challenge the need for an MSO … I remember that the guys from eevblog said that for non-proffessional applications the times of chasing glitched logic levels are gone…
Nevertheless, I have answered all those questions for me just recently and ended up with a Siglent SDS 1104X-E, together with Siglent Arbitrary Waveform Generator SDG1032X. Both together allow creation of bode plots. I do a project for which I intend to use it to test my analogue hardware - but I’m not at this stage yet.
The oscilloscope is 4 channel, 100 MHz, 1Gs/s or 500Ms/s depending on which and how many inputs are used. The 200MHz-version is said to be not worth the extra money (at same(!) sample rates). And, what needs to be considered, you enter frequency range in which the good old radio is running - to think about what you want to do.
I like the 4 channels. The usage comes with the availability. The scope is fine by far to, e.g., measure the duration of very short interrupt-routines on a ATmega328p@16MHz by toggeling an I/O at start and end of interrupt-routine…
The scope has MSO capabilities by accessory , you may check.
Other prefer Rigol-Scopes but they do not fit into my visual taste.