Maybe @Protoculture could tell you more about the Genelecs and what model he's using, but despite being older monitors out there, you can't go wrong with the Genelecs IMO, they have proven to be very good monitors.
I'm a Focal user with a pair of Solo6be but started with a pair of Presonus Eris E5 that I'm still using, they still do the job, the main difference with the Focals being that they can't reproduce the same low end.
All the other models you've listed in your post are good ones too TBH, now my advice would be to consider the budget and not investing a huge amount of money in a first pair of monitors unless you're room has got some acoustic treatment.
I'm not talking about a full treated studio, but just a few absorber panels, bass trap and diffuser can already cost quite a lot ( you can go the DUY way of course ) : my point is that your room is what you gonna hear in the end, you can have the most accurate and expensive monitors out there but if you place them in a bathroom, it's gonna sound like a bathroom, you get the idea.
So study your room, take the dimensions, make a drawing on paper showing windows, doors and take that with you to the shop and try to find an audio tech guy that knows he's job and who's not only a "seller"
Save on the price of your first pair of monitors and put some money in acoustic treatment, complete your monitoring setup with a reliable pair of headphones such as the Sennheiser HD650.
Then Room acoustic correction software ( but only the ones with measurements mic solution like SoundID Reference or ARC ) can be a final addition, they can help to "polish" the room acoustic, but they don't replace acoustic treatment.