The Junglas is an incredible knife and a great chopper. The 1095 as done by Rowen, as well as some others, is awesome and holds up to abuse very well. Once you have a decent steel, it seems to be all geometry and heat treat. I highly recommend the Junglas, BUT it's not cheap. I wouldn't have dreamed of having something like that at 14. But that's me and that was a LONG time ago If you want an outstanding chopper which is tough as hell, easy to fix, easy to use and carry, I suggest the 14" Tramontina Bush model. It's 1070 carbon. They can be found for $8 and sheaths are available for little more. To me, they are the poor man's junglas as they are close in size. That machete will endure horrible abuse. A sadistic friend batonned one through a stainless steel insulated travel coffee cup. The edge suffered some ugly damage, but was fixed well enough within minutes to tackle grass as well as when it was new. That same one has been used to chop and baton a bowling pin, which is riddled with slugs from being shot, and it's never broken or even bent. In Central/SouthTexas they don't even rust! This guy has tons of blades but swears he would grab his Tramontina machete over all others for his large blade in ANY situation. To me, there is NO other blade made which offers the level of value a good machete does. The Junglas is awesome, but you're missing out if you don't get a good (cheap) machete. Good luck.
ETA: what is a 14 year old doing up at midnight posting on knife forums! Get to bed and study hard!!!!