As good or better in all metrics, and the "as good" areas are only where they are both at the best rating possible.
U value: 3 pts better than Elements, not "pretty much the same".
Condensation resistance: Better
VT: Better (slimmer frame)
AI: Best, already at .01.
DP: 10 pts better than Elements and wider gap to Restorations.
You can argue that the DP rating is "overkill", and in a simple-minded way, that would be true. In reality, a stronger window will inevitably last longer and maintain its performance for a longer period of time. DP20 windows are fine from the perspective of withstanding the winds that most folks will see, but the fact of the matter is that they are flimsy and won't last long... Still wondering what is "laughable and meaningless" about a long warranty term as well. I can assure you that the people that use them many years after installation appreciate them.
@57ringo, despite my corrections of Todd above, I'm not actually trying to push you to that option. Is the Starmark (okna composite) a superior performer? Yes. Is the composite material more stronger and more stable? Arguably yes, the testing would say so. Will the Elements and Restorations end up as "sagging and warped" junk at any point in their service life? Highly unlikely, and in the vast majority of cases, NO. They are well engineered, high performing windows that would serve you well.
Ultimately, you have a group of choices ranging from very good to the literal top of the food chain here, and you really can't go wrong with any from that perspective. Only YOU know your financial situation as well as the things that you like or don't like about each of these windows and window companies, I don't think that any pro worth his salt would tell you that you are making a "bad choice" with any of the three.