Behringer gets less roadworthy the more moving parts the unit has. Their speakers are aboslutely cool if you pack 'em into flight cases (which you should do with any road gear, anyways). Their mixers tend to get loose faders etc. However, the X32 rack version is a beast, mostly because it has like 7 or 8 rotary knobs and a few buttons. Not much that can go wrong there.

tl;dr: If you buy gear that's roadworthy by design, behringer is good enough. If you want to take something fancy with you, behringer will break before the competition.