The Fender does the passive P/J thing extremely well with a great neck and little weight. These are underrated in my opinion. I am going to suggest the 650e gets you where you want to go. The active / passive switch and the oh so cool reverse Split cool will let you do passive P for KC and PF. The preamp and mid switch pushes you into MM territory for your 90s fix. I do not like the BB neck. It is not the fact that it’s chunky. I don’t know what it is but I have tried several and always put them down quickly. I know the G&Ls and Sires get a ton of love on Talkbass and the folks who have commented above know their gear. But I have never actually played a Sire and the only G&L L2000s I have had my hands on were used and abused. Rich full sound from the G&L pups for sure tho. I owned a Ray and never bonded with it. You did mention a P / humbucker. The tallman 300 has that combination and it sounds huge. I get along with that chunky neck, the pups sound great on detent, and the preamp has a wide range to it. It is also half the price of the others on your list. For my money the Fender and the Ibbys are where it’s at. At the end of the day you have a great list going. Insert standard “go play each and take the one that feels right home with you” comment here. Good luck!