I switched over from Rinti to Rocco for a little while to test it out. I think it looks a little gooey in comparison with Rinti where you can properly make out the individual pieces better like chicken hearts. A few more chunks wouldn't go amiss.
I don't think it matters though with our dog because he inhales his food without chewing.
He produces hard stools once he got used to it and amounts didn't suddenly explode.
Fact: Rinti looks more appetising to human eyes but our dog laps up both kinds.
I've finally found a good basic feed in Rocco Classic. You can mix it with flakes or vegetables just as required. Even good for sensitive dogs. The texture is quite fine but my dog doesn't seem to mind. One advantage: even small dogs get on well with it.
I have tried a few in this range. The beef is pretty solid and hard to get out of the can. This makes a change from cans of food that seem soft and full of wather or jelly. My dogs love all the flavours and it agrees with them all even those with a sensitive digestion.