I would go with the Audio Technica ATH AD700. Its extremely comfortable and though bass is not its strong point you can use an equalizer settings on your audio player (Winamp, Foobar, Media Monkey etc if on pc) or stereo receiver to boost the bass to a balanced enjoyable level. Its also an open headphone which means it will let in a lot of outside noise when playing at low volumes. This can be a good or bad thing. Good if you need to keep an eye on the kids or the door. Bad if you like to tune out the world but at a higher volume outside noise isn't as noticeable if your listening to busy music like heavy metal or rap.
I use them for everything from pc games ( Fallout 3,Skyrim) to music (New wave, Industrial,Classical) and movies (horror, sci-fi, anime etc).
The other two headphones I have not used so I cant comment on those. You might also want to try out the Vmoda Crossfade LP100 if your looking for isolation. Very warm thick sound with bass that saturates the sound while allowing the treble to deliver detail without any harsh sparkle.
Edited by Hellbishop - 12/28/13 at 8:00pm