I had the new Honeywell unit fail in less than 10 hours on the Rotax in my RV12. I replaced it with the $40 VDO unit and it was working fine when I sold the plane 100 hours later.
The old VDO unit is mechanical, there are levers and springs that move in response to oil pressure changes. It is susceptible vibration and shock. It only costs $40.
The new and improved Honeywell sensor uses a pressure transducer, which is much less susceptible to vibration. It costs $270. The remote mounting kit is ~$100.
In the RV12, my approach was to buy two of the inexpensive VDO sensors, one installed directly to the engine and the other for a spare. The spare is fast and easy to install in the field. My rational is that if the oil pressure sensor fails, it doesn't matter which kind it is, the engine will continue to run and I will be safe, maybe a little edgy for the rest of the flight. If the oil pressurization system fails, I'm in trouble no matter what kind of sensor I'm using.
A minor consideration for remote mounting the sensor is that you are adding a few additional points of failure in your pressurized oil system.
Rotax 912ULS, Dynon Skyview