Here's how I would re-arrange your list, based on my personal experiences and preferences.
1) Weatherby Vanguard S2 Backcountry
There were other rifles on the list?
Now here are my thoughts -
Ed Weatherby admits that currently one of his favorite Weatherby rifles is the S2 Backcountry - and this from the guy who can choose any of them. I have yet to see a Vanguard that doesn't shoot well, and the Backcountry should do as well as any. I suspect it will shoot better given the upgraded stock.
An alternate is to buy a Vanguard in stainless and drop it in a Bell & Carlson stock in the color of your choice (which I just did). No, it's not fluted or Cerakoted, but it's less expensive and just as good. Notice that this idea has been mentioned a few times now on this thread.
Savages are usually very accurate, but that laminate stock on the VLP is quite heavy. It's a 10# rifle without the scope! That's 1.5 pounds more than a Sendero that you already think is too heavy.
Remingtons (other than Senderos) seem to be so spotty with regard to quality and accuracy lately that I have a hard time recommending them. Brownings are pretty, but they don't seem to have any reputation for reliable accuracy. I've never been a Winchester M70 fan either, and suspect I'll never own one.
That's how I see it.
Now it's your turn to go check out the rifles yourself and see which one turns you on.