All of the boats you've listed can take you where you want to go. Perhaps you should now start focusing on the features you want your boat to have. Once decided upon, you can then start looking at your choices with a more critical eye.
For example, if I were out shopping for a boat right now to replace my Hunter 30, at a minimum I would look for the following:
Windless, step-down transom, second berth for guests (or child), refrigeration, comfortable cabin and cockpit seating, dodger and bimini, lots of storage, as big a water tank as I can find or a water-maker, ssb, roller furling jib (main if available), plenty of deck space, 4-5 ft draft, and something I can single hand easily. The list is almost endless and as you pound the docks looking at boats, you'll discover lots of stuff I've neglected to mention.
The point I'm trying to make is once you have a good idea what your ideal boat should encompass, you'll be better prepared to pull the trigger when you find the "right" one. Remember, don't buy any used boat without having it surveyed first.