I have never skied any of those skis so don't really have a valid opinion on the specific models, but I do on the brands. While I don't currently own any, I've never skied a Rossignol I didn't like. This starts way back in the straight ski days with the 7SK slalom ski, through the Bandit series, I owned several Pow'Airs when twin tips first came out, and the last one I think I skied was a Scratch FS. I liked them all. I may have skied the B3 in Whistler like 10 years ago when I rented them for a day of Heli skiing.
On the other side of the coin, I've never skied a Salomon that I liked. My first pair was Force 9 mogul skis back in the 90's, later skied my Dads XScreams, and more recently, I've tried an assortment of TenEighty's up through the SpaceFrame models maybe 5 years ago, and the Crossmax series. I just don't like Salomons. However, in recent times they are making wood core, sandwich skis that actually look like they might be good. The Shogun looks like something I would like to try too.
I demoed a number of Volkls this year, Kuro, Gotama, and Bridge. I liked the Bridge, the other 2 didn't do anything for me. Not that they were bad, just not great. It was only about 4" of snow that day though.
K2 I like but I dont know anything about the Raider. I've been skiing Public Enemies and Fujatives since 2003. I can say they are durable, but I dont think those models are built like the Apache. The Fujative might be, but not the PE.
So ultimately, I just answered this for my own amusement, so it really shouldn't hold too much weight in the discussion, but of the bunch, I'd say Rossignol is the safest bet.