Take what I'm about to say with a grain o' salt as I've only been playing for about a year and I haven't had a chance to try all the basses on your list.
I've owned a total of five so far, all but one being 4-stringers with rosewood fretboards. When I decided to try my hand at a 5-stringer I jumped on a used (barely used, at that) Squier Deluxe Jazz Active V.
It feels very nice. The fretboard doesn't stick and seems to hold up well in different levels of humidity. By the way, ignore anyone who says it's "plastic" or "rubber". It's compressed layers of paper and phenolic adhesive resin. It may be synthetic, but there's actual wood content. Sure, it may be the Velveeta of fretboards, but it's still "tasty".
Aside from the fretboard, it feels pretty nice overall. The string spacing seems nice, and I'm saying this as someone who owns nothing else but slim, Jazz-style necks. It's a little chunky (like most 5-stringers seem to be) but a nice, wide padded strap makes up for it. It also doesn't hurt that I'm 185cm tall, so your mileage may vary depending on your height and build. (re: "grain o' salt")
But what I look for, once I get past my esthetic preferences, is sound and tone. I love a bold, toothy/bite-y sound, but sometimes I want something smoother. This one has a wide control over it's tone, what with the high/mid/low controls and the slap switch. There's further discussion on the slap switch on this thread.
Aside from my review, I hope you find what works best for you. Looks, feel, cost, sound and tone…all that great stuff.