'as to' + 'which is the best one' vs 'which the best one is'

the_poet

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Italy - Italian
I have two different options and I try both (for example two different mobile phones). After a couple of hours I'm asked if there's one I like better. What's the correct form between the following?

"I'm still undecided as to which is the best one"

"I'm still undecided as to which the best one is"

Another example:

"I'm slightly confused as to what is the meaning of his strange behaviour"

"I'm slightly confused as to what the meaning of his strange behaviour is"

My idea is that the first ones in both examples use the question construct ('is' immediately after 'which'/'what') so they should be the wrong choice, but at the same time I think that they sound better.

What's your opinion?
 
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