Here is the HD Compensator situation, as told to me;
The original Twin Cam compensator (88 cu in model) is long gone. They tried using it with the 96" engine, total failure, POS.
So, what once was called the Screaming Eagle Compensator became the stock compensator (2010 models, I believe).
In 2014, the did a mod to the stock (former SE) to improve the oil distribution within the compensator. This includes an oil drip tray. This should now be the ONLY compensator you can get (unless someone has old stock laying around). Just a note, if you have the original 88" engine compensator, you will have to have a new Alternator Rotor installed to get the compensator replaced.
So, if you go to a Dealer and get a Compensator replaced, you should get the new-improved 2014 compensator. That may mean they charge you more labor because they have to glue the drip tray on the primary cover, if you do not have one. The newer primary covers have that tray cast into the metal.
Aside from the oil distribution methods (and swapping a roller thrust bearing for a brass shim), I cannot see any difference between how the former SE comp and the 2014 comp operate. They are the same basic design.
Another Note: if you already have a 2014 Compensator and want to go to the Baker Compensator, you will have to grind out that Drip Tray (plastic or metal, whatever you have) to get the Baker to fit.