I searched the web to look at these yeast and a few are strains similar to Red star yeast, most yeast strains are existing strains, so nothing new - that's the good news.
The bad news is that most manufacturers give you much more info so you can make educated decisions, each yeast is selected to bring out characteristics that are not only appealing, but that are significant to the varietal, and have various tolerances.
Check out the Lalvin website and you'll get an idea of what i'm talking about.
I would never buy a universal anything for wine or beer, can you imagine purchasing a bag of universal grain to brew with, or a few lugs of universal grapes to make the next batch of wine?
We can make such superior wine and beer these days compared to even 10 yrs ago due to the advancements in brewing and wine making technologies, yeast is a very important part of both.
I use the major manufacturers/developers products that are tested, proven, tried and true, in brewing and wine making, you really only get what you pay for.