I've owned a Calibre 35 for about 10 years, and then bought a Sabre 402 about 11 years ago. These are both great boats, and perform well in adverse conditions. Its hard to do a 'boat to boat' comparison because of the larger size of the Sabre, but she has been a very comfortable boat
in challenging conditions. While the Caliber may have been initially designed for longer passages, I've been more happy in the Sabre due to the sharper bow, strong tall rig, a more simple sail plan. She is practical, fast, smooth, elegant and has beautiful lines. Some people love the cutter
rig on the Calibre, but I thought it was too much more gear
for only marginal (if any) performance in heavy weather
While Caliber is gone, Sabre is still in business but only building power boats. That said, there is not only a very active Sabre Forum providing endless advice, but also a customer care executive at Sabre (Glen) who provides excellent service
to their sailboat owners (and potential powerboat clients).
I love my 402 and she's been a rock solid performer sailing over 100 days in each of the last two summers. If I had the cash, I'd go with the 426 which I believe is one of the finest production boats ever built. That said, I single-handle most of the time, which makes the 402 an easy ride for me.
Good luck, and keep in mind, you're not going to go wrong with any of those yachts on your list.
BTW: I saw a beauty in the back of Sail Magazine about a month ago.