If a wave kite's primary feature is drift, then it seems likely that the better it is as a wave kite the worse it will be at jumping. Either it's really good at what it's made for or it's a hybrid that trades off some of its primary benefit for other things. (Kinda like asking which minivan corners best and is best for off road....not really what minivans are made for)
OR Prodigy is an all rounder not a dedicated wave kite. The OR Roam is now their wave kite. I haven't tried it but one friend loves them....mainly for wave riding.
I ride bws noise pro. Pure wave kite, not really great jumping. Their new aeneema is more of an all rounder, but i have read they give up some drift in exchange for better jumping and turning speed.
hybrids are great at getting the good features of a variety of styles....but you risk it being not particularly great at any particular thing. However unless you are specialized on one kind of riding I think they make good sense. Also.....you can and will get used to anything and learn to fly it well, as seen in every thread with recommendations....inevitably everyone reports the best kite is the one they are riding.