I haven’t given the FA Ibex a try, but have been fairly happy with the Hyrax so far. Which seem to be a carbon/fibre glass mix. A bit cheaper, apparently the same weight. Not much to say to be honest. Works, hasn’t failed me yet, nice length as a tent pole as well. Wish it was a bit lighter, would have preferred a cork grip, and the adjustment on the strap is not the best. But the strap/grip setup is the same on like 70% of these I find. I do like having the long grip though, ability to shorten the pole up hill without fiddling.
If the ability to packup small is not a huge issue I think I would still give the Hyrax a proper look, more substantive looking grip and strap to me. Fizan makes good stuff as well, but personally not sold on twist locks. The long hiking communities always seem iffy on them in terms of gumming up versus flip locks.
Going to throw in two random options. If you wanted to save a crazy amount of money. Decathlon MH500. R270, 240g, 7075 aluminum and a full length grip. Not the best of anything, but crazy good deal there.
Bit more expensive but even with shipping and import off amazon the Cascade mountain trek carbon poles seem like a good deal. Great rep, two poles for less than the price of one BD. Issue would be no local rep.