Having both Neo Soul and Module, I think I’d give the nod to the latter.
I like Wurlitzers to have a buttery sound that has a good snap when the keys are hit hard. I was never really satisfied with Nord’s Wurlitzer which I found thin, but the amps and sweepable mids helped round out the tone, and I really liked the scope of the fx. This is to the best of my memory as I sold my last Nord a few years ago.
Neo Soul for iOS specializes in Rhodes, and I’ve been able to tweak a mighty fine one which I absolutely love to play. There are so many editable parameters available in Neo Soul I’m confident a great Wurlitzer can be designed, but as I tend to use Rhodes a lot more, I haven’t dived into it.
I don’t have Module’s Wurlitzer add-on, but to me the demo sounds great, albeit short and with too much fx, but for some reason it has that tone that reminds me of the old roxatone 140B I had. Or perhaps the tone I wished I had on the Wurlitzer I wish I still had