Don’t overthink this. Yes, I know this is hard – I used to be an obsessive gear freak as well in my younger days. But I learned over time that my best choices, ironically, turned out to be the ones that I made with the least obsessing. Bought my beloved Easky on impulse when I stopped in to my local outfitter to get some minor item for the existing boat fleet. It was on display, on sale and my favorite color. Otherwise I knew little or nothing about it. Turned out to be a perfect boat. My first kayak was the one I obsessed about longest and spent the most on. I had fun with it but outgrew its capacity within 5 years and sold it to upgrade to something faster and more nimble. Sold it for a good price ($1800 and it cost $3000 new) so it really only cost me about $200 per year to “lease” (see second paragraph.)
As noted above, I now view all kayak purchases as “leases”. I often keep a boat for years then eventually decide I want something with slightly different features and handling (which you can only determine after many hours of use in varying conditions) and then I sell for a good percentage of what I paid for the boat, in some cases for even more than I paid. So no purchase is irrevocable or permanent.
And any of those kayaks you have located would probably be great, though I tend to agree with Celia that the Point 65 gives you the most latitude in expanding your skill and locations. It looks like a really excellent, and fun, boat.