Are you new to shooting? Or new to these particular guns? If new to shooting, consider taking an NRA handgun safety course for starters. Then begin looking.
Assuming, you're not entirely new to handguns and have settled on 9mm semi-auto, here's my $0.02.
My first handgun was a Glock 19 Gen 4 purchased new about a year ago. I've been very happy with it, reliable, accurate, solid -- no issues. I have no experience with the other models you mentioned, but I believe they are highly regarded as well. I also believe they are all hammerless SA only (similar to the Glock design) so perhaps you've thought this through very carefully to zero-in on these.
If you're not tied to the hammerless SA only design, then I'd recommend you consider 3 other very proven, popular, and classic 9mm semi-auto guns; the CZ 75B (or 75B compact), the Browning HiPower, and the Beretta FS92 (or compact version). These are also regarded as accurate and reliable guns that have been around for a good while.
All that said... you really need to hold and shoot these guns to find out which one feels best in your hand. Perhaps a local range rents these or you have friends that own them. Try 'em out to be sure.