I'm relatively new the the SSD game myself, I just recently got a budget SSD from a buddy and I like it so far. A bunch of people I know have been adopting these way before me and I've been doing quite a lot of research on this since I'm going to eventually be buying one for a new rig down the line.
From what I've gathered, the Crucial M4 is a really solid buy for an all around SSD when it comes to price, performance, and reliability, so it gets my vote. Tom's Hardware recently recommended it in their Holiday buying guide for system builders as well:
To narrow things down a little further, I'd list the Intel 320 drive if it comes down to sheer reliability. My programmer friends swear by it and Intel has a pretty good reputation in general when it comes to solid products. If you are talking about sheer performance, all the other drives you list are in the same ballpark when it comes to benchmarks and comes down to personal preference. Although, I'd also consider the Kingston HyperX line of SSD's in that list too if you are willing to spend a little more. I've heard very good things about it.
Something I do to check the reliability of any computer product is to check out the reviews on Newegg. For SSD's, this is the link:
Click on the eggs to see the user ratings. Ideally you want a product that has a lot of good reviews. You'll want to check the low reviews as well to see if there are any issues with the hardware such as incompatibilities.
In general all the SSD's you list in the poll are pretty solid, though.