An Aussie and Lockrite are virtually identical in nearly everything but name. There is no difference whatsoever in how they work or how they feel.
An Aussie/Lockrite is not as smooth IN THE REAR as a Detroit Locker is. No lunchbox locker is as smooth as the full-case Detroit Locker is. But if you really still want a lunchbox locker in the rear, go with the slightly more expensive Powertrax No-Slip which is also an automatic locker but which is far smoother operating than the Aussie or Lockrite is when installed in the rear. None of those are as smooth in the rear as a Detroit Locker is though, nor are they as strong as a Detroit Locker is. But again, if you want a lunchbox locker for the rear axle, skip over the Aussie and Lockrite as neither are all that well behaved in the rear. Instead, again, go with the Powertrax No-Slip which is THE smoothest lunchbox locker available at this point. In the front axle, any of the lunchbox lockers are fine and will operate the same way, you wouldn't be able to detect the difference in any of them when installed in the front axle.