I have a Robot Coupe food processor that I use 95% of the time. As far as a blender, I have a Vita Mix stainless steel one that I got from my Mom who bought it in the 1960's. It has instant reverse capabilities, and is capable of crunching ice cubes, grinding whole wheat berries, and in so doing generates enough heat that you can then add honey, water, olive oil, and yeast and continue to knead the freshly ground whole wheat into a dough ball that can then be put directly into a bread pan and let rise.
When I need a blender, the Vita Mix is the best I've ever seen.
But for functionality, I still use the Robot Coupe most often. There's not much I can't do with it.