First off -- Craftsman good stuff.
Nothing beats a beam for accuracy and repeatability
Clickers are particularly useful when it's difficult to see the scale of a beam arm head-on. Be careful using clickers down near the lower end of their range: they can be difficult to feel the 'click' at low torque values.
Feel is good if you have developed it. I've known guys who could set within 2 ft-lbs at 50 ft-lbs by feel. (Wasn't me) BUT, if your off by a little with a 6mm end bolt on a cylinder head (or whatever), you'll be pulling a head (or whatever) and THEN trying to remove a broken off bolt threaded tip from a blind hole.
Do get that Craftsman, though. It will serve you well.