I am fairly conservative when choosing weapons. I like weapons that have been around a while and are well sorted out and have been proven reliable.
My first choice would be the Glock because of its proven track record (which none of the others can match).
All the weapons you list are quality pieces. None seem to offer an advantage over the Glock sufficient to overcome the track record of the Glock. (20 years from now my opinion might change as it did when I first saw the Glock. Back in the late 80s I would not have considered owning a "plastic" gun. But plastic guns are now well-proven to be reliable and durable--and that is a proof that can only be established by years of experience in the field.)
So based strictly on the proven track record over many years I would choose the Glock 23 (and perhaps a Glock 27 as a back up).