I haven't owned any of the three pairs listed in your original post, but I don't think anyone's feedback here would lend itself to your decision.
You really should try on some boots, decide if you are picky about certain features (lacing systems) and make sure you get the boot for the type of binding you want (straps, clicks, etc). If you liked the third pair you listed and they felt very comfortable after walking around for a 10 or 15 minutes in them, then I would go with those boots.
Aside from the manufacturer making faulty products, any feedback we could give you would be about how we felt the boot fit our foot.
I would also save yourself some money and google the boot you decide on and buy it online. I saved 95 bucks on my boot by googling the lowest price. I had tried that model/size on in a store so I was confident it would fit well.
With that being said, my Ride Deuces are the best boot I've ever ridden in.