With all due respect, I think most of the bows you listed are compounds, with the exception of the equinox and the GT mag. A recurve crossbow will never be as quiet as a compound. There are pluses and negs to both. the neg of the recurve crossbow is noise and the best way to quiet the excal is with the S5, and a boo string with whiskers. With that combo the bow will still have a thump to her, but the thump of the arrow hitting the target(or deer) will be louder
The downside of a recurve crossbow is also width but it does not require constant tuning and does not need to be pressed to change a string. With the compound almost everything you need to do maintenance wise requires a press. My excal is almost maintenance free except for the reserving of the string. This is alot more info than you asked for I guess
and your likely aware of all of it anyways, but thats what sells excaliburs. And excal is a lifetime bow. I have never heard of one wearing out!!