Get a McIntosh. They are really what you are looking for. I have a MC2120, and MC2150 and an MC2300. I used to have an MC2100 until I sold it to my buddy who needed a better sounding rig.
I've tried a bunch of other solid state power amps and they all sound different. Most are too harsh and brittle sounding. The Mac is so rich and balanced. Great clear highs that aren't harsh and deep lows that growl and aren't muddy. It really improves your tone. Especially if you're preamping a Fender amp and running JBLs.
Any one of those amps you mentioned will sound pretty much the same and will sound great. The meters look cool but the glass panel is not cool when it breaks. I'd recommend going with one without the front glass panel unless you're not planning on moving it much.
I set the Mac about half way and run my Fender Twin at about 7. Then I control the volume from my guitar. I never have it up all the way when playing with a band.
Here is a sample of my small rig (1xJBL E120, Fender Twin, MC2120 one channel - 8 ohms): http://ia311012.us.archive.org/0/items/ ... verYou.mp3
Here is me with my band using a 2xE120s cab (4 ohms) instead: http://www.archive.org/details/TigerRos ... July2009_5
Get the Mac. It will complete your sound!