Yeah it looks good. But in Topo 4u most of the roads in Mt Disappointment State Forest and to the north in Tallarook SF aren't labelled. Those were the only areas I sampled; better elsewhere I guess.
BTW, I've had paper fail. When the map gets wet or the compass gets sat on!
How could you get a paper map wet?!!!!
Did you weed on the map?!
Honestly I don't really care if the tracks are labeled. As long as are shown on the map I am fine. I can always find the name of the track, from paper map, friends, Google.
The main things are that I can save offline maps, I can record tracks, and that are shown sine tracks that you cannot find elsewhere.
Anyway, at the end it always a matter of personal preferences. Some people feel better with one app rather than another.
Few reasons drove me towards Oruxmap in addition to those listed above. It's free and I can choose among a lot of type of maps.
You can always install the free limited version. Test it, and if you like it, buy the full version for 2$ (which I still consider free for what you get).