Can you tell people what you liked & disliked with what you tried? Might help folks tell you how your proposed brands might fill a hole.
Greyboe Renegade - Really liked this stock on the bench, but offhand, those straight pistol grips aren’t that great.
Manners EH2 - Probably my favorite of all the stocks I’ve owned. Wouldn’t mind another, just don’t particularly care for the wait time, not to mention the high price they command (worth every penny though) Grip angle was excellent. I could do with a little lower comb to shave weight though.
McMillan Hunter - It’s a McMillan, enough said. Other than being on the heavy side, it was excellent. The comb increased as it went back towards the buttstock and made the heavy recoil from my 7SS minimal instead of hammering my cheekbone. I really liked that feature a lot.
Bell & Carlson - All the Weatherbies I’ve owned, Vanguards and now a Mark V, have had these “Weatherby style” stocks. They’re decent, but heavy. The new Mark V I’ve got came with their redesigned stock that is the best of them all and I like it. The grip angle on it is sort of in between vertical and a more traditionally open one. I also owned the Alaskan Ti, but wasn’t a fan of the traditional open grip angle or how short it was. My pinky finger always seemed to be clinging to a cliff when firing that rifle.
Now that I’ve thought through that, I guess something I really value is a comb that’s a little raised and rises as it goes towards the buttstock to appear to dissipate recoil. A grip angle that’s someplace between vertical and the traditional open style, leaning on the more vertical side if possible. Weight is my final and most important consideration.