The first one is a YingLi ESC that is not configurable at all. You plug it in, and it either works or doesn’t work. You can’t change anything. You can’t select which remote to use. If the remote breaks you’re probably out of luck. If you don’t like any part, you’re screwed. It’s generally a cheap piece of crap. Good for children’s toys. Not good for personal electric vehicles.
All the other ones are VESC-based which are good – you have total control over those.
Flipsky is akin to gambling, it’s cheap for a reason. If you want to roll the dice, buy Flipsky branded products. Chances are you’ll have to rebuy it. Their QC is non-existent and their customer service is non-existent, which is exactly why it’s cheap.
The VESC 4.12 at the bottom is great on 10S voltages (42V max) and at 25A (battery) current maximum. They are lower output but also cheap and good — if you don’t try to push their limits.
The TB6 ESC is on sale right now from @torqueboards for $110 and at that price, it’s a steal for a good high-quality VESC-based option. They also have a 4.12 style VESC on sale right now for $39.99, which is also a steal.