I would personally shy away from the Land Rover as a BOV because the reliability is questionable on many of them. People often say you have to love them to own them. They're great as far as capabilities, but can be expensive to own due to repairs.
One model from a few years ago had so many "check engine" type lights that commonly came on that owners referred to those three error lights as the "Three Amigos". They just get used to them always being lit up. lol
My buddy purchased one about two years ago. It had developed a knock in the motor, but he had bought an extended warranty. He took it to a local reputable shop. They replaced valves, lifters, and ended up tearing the engine down THREE TIMES before they finally told him they just couldn't determine what it was. He then took it to a Land Rover dealer in Tulsa, OK to work on the same issue. They tore the thing down multiple times, replaced more parts, and returned it to him six weeks later. Oh, they told him they couldn't fix it.
It turned out that this particular motor had a common "knock" that developed that nobody is ever able to find. The only solution that has worked for others was rebuilding the entire engine. Weird.... The engine that I was referencing above only had like 70k miles on it.
Just a few words of caution about them!