I have a Montbell T-wrap UL and have been very pleased with it as I find it warmer than I expected. I use it for summer hiking, but, wore it last January over an Icebreaker Tornado and was warm to about 10*F...however, I do not get cold easily.
I would add two other jackets to your short list, these are the ID Rundle jacket and the one from Wildthings in New Hampshire. I am really satisfied with the gear I have from both of these makers and they will sometimes do custom work, as well.
I find the Rundle jacket, about 11-12 oz., IIRC, to be all I need to below zero and it is the most versatile coat I own. I do not like hoods, except in extreme cold, but, that is just me, each to their own. Check out the Rundle and Wildthings, they might be exactly what you are looking for.