Nothing personal, but this list is silly. Do you expect a detailed rundown on each binding? Is this some kind of humor, as in, "all these choices, what do I do?" Also, not sure what "in the kit" means. FX94's are not sold with bindings, although the place you purchase them may suggest/push certain ones.
All of these are good bindings. They can be divided into three groups, Tech, AT and Alpine. For what you describe, a tech binding is inappropriate; it's for touring. You plan to spend a fair amount of time on groomers. So AT or Alpine. Do your homework. Decide whether you want to actually skin when you go off-piste. If yes, then the AT's. Plenty to chose from; suggest Googling the reviews. If you don't plan to skin, more about hiking a bit, then all the Alpine are about equally good, more personal preference. Pick on price. You will want something with a DIN of 12 to 14, so that cuts out a number.
AT's are not as mechanically effective on groomers as alpine bindings, and they'll wear out sooner. So if you get an AT binding because you think you may skin at some point, you're just joining the ranks of most AT users, who will never use a skin, but think it's cool to have AT's. And the binding makers chuckle all the way to the bank. If you have already invested in backcountry gear, and plan to take a safety course in October, and know some folks who what to go off-piste with you, then AT's make sense.