Before looking at individual brands and models, you first need to figure out what kind of device will suit you best. And the very first thing is that you should figure out how you actually smoke?
I know, it sound crazy because we just take a drag of the cigarette, but as it turns out there are two distinctly different ways of smoking mouth-to-lung (MTL) and direct-to-lung (DTL). With MTL you first fill you mouth with smoke before you inhale it, whereas with DTL you inhale the smoke directly into your lungs. Likewise there are two distinctly different ways of vaping and devices will either be made for MTL users or DTL users, and as someone wanting to stop smoking you will need something that mimics the way you used to smoke.
The biggest mistake I did myself when I made the switch, was that I choose a MTL device when in fact I had been DTL my cigarettes, and it wasn’t until I upgraded to some DTL gear that it became really satisfying. Most people however seems to be MTL their cigarettes, so for most smokers MTL gear will make the easiest transition.
If you are a MTL smoker, then I will strongly recommend that you start with a MTL starter kit like for example the Innokin Endura series or perhaps even a pod system like the Juul. The important thing is that it is MTL and not DTL. Also if you go for a starter kit or pod then I will recommend that you get two, as the batteries won’t last long.
You could also go a step up to what I would call the intermediate range, with a regulated mod with an internal battery and a MTL tank like for example the Innokin Kroma-A & Zenith kit.
If you however are a DTL smoker, then a pod system won’t do it for you, but there are also some starter kits that comes with a DTL tank though I can’t name any from memory. Another and perhaps better option would once again be a regulated internal battery mod like (once again) the Innokin Kroma, but the kit with the Crios tank instead.
(I’m using Innokin as an example, there are also many others that makes these kind of devices, though Innokin has an excellent reputation)
I won’t recommend that you start with any of the mods that you listed, mainly because they use external or replaceable batteries, which means that you also have to learn about battery safety, choosing the right batteries and buying an external charger etc. These are more advanced devices that you can always upgrade to later when you have successfully quit cigarettes and are looking for something bigger.
Also I can’t recommend SMOK as they are renowned for having terrible quality control, Wismec because they have a history for making mods with quite severe problems or Eleaf because I have had a bad experience with them myself
If you ignore everything else I wrote, then please consider what I wrote about MTL vs. DTL, and also consider not jumping directly into the deep end with an advanced system, but start with something simpler first.