B/A stuff is generally very good quality and sometimes is just a relabeled OE part.
I've only used a couple Sachs parts, but they were good quality. I think Sachs may be an OE supplier.
The best sources for B/A parts are generally Amazon and Rock Auto.
If you want to buy OE parts, skip your local dealer, the prices quoted will probably make your head explode. On a large order like this shopping online will pay off big time. My preferred genuine parts store is Hyundai OEM Parts.
If you'd ever like to compare prices when contemplating aftermarket parts vs OEM parts, you can always use our site for OEM parts to see which is the better deal! Don't hesitate to contact me if you need any help either.
sachs is pretty good from what i hear, have a luk clutch in my accent right now and there's nothing wrong with it. don't get dynapak....had one previously and its utter garbage. if you're the kind of driver that slips your clutch a little on engagement, those things burn VERY easily. found that out trying to teach my girlfriend how to drive a manual....
as far as OEM and dealer goes, i say screw it. spend more for a car that is almost 10 years old. why?
keep in mind that unless you're adding significant torque to that engine, upgrading the clutch isn't going to do you much good. its nice and all, but its kind of like putting forged pistons into a regular everyday commuter engine with no mods.