Ryder has the skill/technique to trump Taylor any day of the week but it's his attitude at the crease that really sets him apart. When Ryder gets a double hundred and gets out he is angry at himself for not scoring more but Taylor uses his now famous flaw the slog sweep regardless of the situation it seems. He should be averaging 45 in tests and 40 in ODIs if he had the temperament of a more mature player but sadly he hasn't improved in that area much since his debut. Its a little harsh to doubt his match winning ability based on the last couple of months he was considered are best batsmen before this time.Tbf, Ryder is a better Test batsman than Taylor.
On KNB, he wouldn't be the worst 20/20 international player but i probably wouldn't have him in an ideal NZ team. He is improving though so don't write him off as just a untalented club cricketer/basher just yet.
It will be interesting to see what changes are made to the teams that play against Pakistan.