You’re a fucking moron.
The midifighter is just flashing lights, every single one of the face buttons can be programmed either play a loop, change to a sub-bank of other loops, or act as a trigger for stuff like quantization, incrementing modulation, velocity, etc.
The buttons at the top that you think are just flashing lights, are for setting 4 different preset functions for almost anything, of which you can program to change per sub-bank
Furthermore, by having a digital signal versus an analog signal, you can guarantee that a press on one of the buttons gives a sound — the mpd is velocity sensitive, meaning that a light tap can actually play a loop with next to no volume
The midifighter is for the performer that already did all of the work for a set ahead of time for proper mixing, sound quality, balance, volume, and loop libraries.
The mpd is for the performer who wants to mix his set live and doesn’t have all of the stuff that a midifighter performer already had figured out.
they’re neither better nor worse from each other, just meant for different people