I would group resins by applications. If you want to print product mockups, high temperature might not be needed but you want the best cost per part, enough, a good strength and elongation ratio (stress/strain) or a good tensile modulus for robust prototypes and of course the surface finish possible so it looks like the end products…
Accuracy doesn’t mean a lot. Could be layer thickness, the dimensional accuracy, the size of the pixel or the average size of the laser beam…
So I suggest the following
-Minimum feature size (not XY resolution which is dumb) based on a measurement of the 1951 USAF resolution test chart
-Print the same 3d model at the same layer thickness and scan it with the same scanner (solutionix or equivalent) and compare it with the original
-Measure surface quality (surface roughness) with a Profilometer of this model.
- give the parts to a random person in the street and ask it which part he prefers (most scientifical test yes)