Of the sets you're considering, my experience is limited to the Yamaha EPH-100. With that in mind, I wholeheartedly advise against them. The sound quality is fine, but they are far from being a bass powerhouse.
More critically, it really doesn't matter how good they sound if you can't wear them. Mine are completely out of service right now because I lost an ear tip. With most sets, no problem. Buy OEM replacements or from a third party supplier. But with the Yamaha, tips are almost impossible to find. But let's say you miraculously find a lifetime supply. These are still EASILY the most uncomfortable IEMs I've ever used. Unless you have enormous ear canals, you will quickly find them too uncomfortable to wear because they exert so much constant pressure on your inner ear. Even worse, the mesh over the driver aperture is impossible to clean completely if it gets dirty/moist and the tips can stick in your ear when you pull the earpieces out. Moreover, while working out, the earpieces tend to shift around a lot (remember, no way to get tips made from a non-slippery substance like foam) and orient themselves in such a way that they become completely muffled. To reorient them, you try pulling them out, but what happens? The tip gets stuck in your ear!
Dude, save yourself the hassle and buy a set for which replacement tips are easy to come by and that doesn't require elephantine ears to wear comfortably. There are a lot of sets out there in the price range that sound about as good as the EPH-100 yet aren't utterly unpleasant to use.