If a child can respond, I like the oWLS. I like something more than 'one word' tests, but I will use the PPVT and the ROWVT if the OWLS is too difficult. The OWLS has an error breakdown for each test. I also like the Auditory Comprehension and Auditory Reasoning subtests from the TAPS and the Relational and Oral Vocabulary subtests on the TOLD because they don't use pictures. I like to see if there's a contrast to how a student responds to visual cues vs no visual cues. It seems valuable to know if a student can search, find and use stored vocabulary without visual cues.