Wishful thinking - none of them.
Think about what you want to say. It's perfectly logical, with no hidden twists.
Use commas to insert a separate clause or phrase into a sentence.
Make sure that an extra idea put within commas in a sentence does not disrupt the meaning of the original sentence. You should be able to take out the extra bit, along with its commas, and still have a complete, correct sentence.
Understand 'as good as' and 'better than' as expressions.
Now try again.
(Hint: the second is the closest to being correct.)