Of the 3 boats listed above, my gut feeling is that you would like the Frers the best. it has the greatest ballast per weight of the three. the interior is more useable in a cruising sense then the others. at least looking at, having never been on any of them.
your criteria is very close to what i was looking for, your price point is a bit higher.if not i would have prolly grabbed the Frers
my wife really wanted 2 separate sleeping compartments, so the Frers would have been a tougher sell for me.
minimal wood on the topside is always a plus for me. Teak is the greatest looking stuff on somebody else' boat.
having raced cats, i am sure you are used to being over powered regularly. reefing down a main is a lot easier on these big boats then on a cat. if you are in any doubt throw up a blade up front and you will be fine.
having raced on fast boats also, i knew i would not be satisfied with a heavier displacement cruiser or full blue water boat. i would guess you would feel the same way.
whichever way you lean, try and get a sail on either of these boats. you will quickly get a feel on whether or not it is to your liking.