The Diamond SX600N SWR meter does HF and VHF/UHF.
Very nice bit of gear, but expensive.
It also measures power on three scales 5W, 20W and 200W.
On the rear it has two sets of connectors (and sensors).
One set is SO239 (HF/VHF 1.8Mhz to 160Mhz) and the other set are N connectors (140Mhz to 525Mhz) for VHF/UHF.
These are copied, so beware that if you decide to buy one, that you buy an original Diamond unit.
As regards antenna analysers, there are many options these days.
They will all work for what they are intended to do.
The list is extensive and you will find a table of reviews on eham at: http://www.eham.net/reviews/products/31
To refine your search you will need to set your selection parameters.
What frequency range do you require?
Do you require a graphical display of SWR versus frequency (frequency sweep).
Is reading capacitor and inductor values necessary?
Do you require line loss calculations and so on...
In a nutshell:
Almost all antenna analysers measure the value of the antenna's resistive (R) and reactance (X).
From this it can display impedance (Z) and enable many other parameters to be calculated.
Even with a simple analyser which displays just X and R, you can use well known formulae to calculate many other parameters.
Whether this is done in the analyser, or in your head is something you will need to consider.
Probably the most accurate and sophisticated antenna analyser which is available to hams is the array solutions AIM4170.
It uses a different principle to calculate the antenna characteristics than the bridge system used by most others.
Also, it uses a PC in conjunction with the analyser, so this must be considered as well.
It is also fairly expensive compared to others, but it is a high quality unit.
Most hams seem to gravitate to the MFJ269 which works fine, but is subject to controversy with regards quality issues.
I own an MFJ269 and have never had any problem with it over the last two years of use, but some hams certainly have.
Again, check the eham reviews and make up your own mind.
However, in the last few years, many other analysers have come to market, some are very well regarded, so do your research.
73 - Rob