I guess why nobody commented on any of these frames is that nobody here has ever seen one up close let alone ridden one.
You mention that they have tapered headtubes and bb30, which is important to you.
May I ask why? I suppose you think that it means good headtube and bottombracket stiffness. In my experience, that is not the case.
A frame with a stiff bb area is a frame with a stiff bb area, period. It doesn't matter if it has a bb30, bsa or italian bb shell, if it's well made, it's well made, if it's not well made, it's not. Pretty easy.
With cars you can look at stuff like horsepower and whatnot, but with bikes it just doesn't work that way. You can look at the geo, buy any one you like and that will fit and hope it'll have the ride charasteristics you are looking for, but you'll buy a surprise in a box, no way around it.
If you want to use 25mm tires, buy one that will allow that, if you want to travel with it, buy one without an ISP, but that's all the advice I can give, save for that if I found one on my doorstep I'd really check it out thoughroughly before building it up. If it feels overly flexy, if the fork bends, if you knock on it and it doesn't sound "right", be very careful.
"Nothing compares to the simple pleasures of a bike ride," said John F. Kennedy, a man who had the pleasure of Marilyn Monroe.