Well, once you take the ubiquitous 1911 model off the table you can objectively find a lot of good choices.
Apparently I am alone so far in my judgement that a CZ type pistol is a fine choice. There are a few general reasons for this a lot of specific reasons.
1) The slide design incorporates an internal rail design which allows for the barrel and slide to sit lower in the frame. This reduces the carry profile of the weapon, but more important it places the center of rearward thrust during firing lower and helps reduce muzzle flip.
2) These can be had in most popular calibers, and the Tanfoglio pistols of CZ design sold through European American Armory, even allow for caliber conversions using the same frame. SO you can have a 9mm, a .40 S&W, a .45 auto, and a .22 all on the same base frame. Saves a lot of money
3) The EEA versions of this pistol are generally less costly to buy than similar pistols.
4) The grip shape is more ergonomic than most other designs.
5) Modifications are easy and parts are readily available as these are frequently used as the basis for competition pistols.
6) They come in both full sized "combat" and compact "Carry" models.
7) They can be carried "Cocked and locked" or DA first shot, and there are now DA only models available
On the down side, they are imported. If something happens to importation then parts will dry up. But that is true of most of the selections in your list.
Your mileage may vary, but I have had good experience with these.