I have been a big fan of Liz Zorn's fragrances. They are a little pricey, but they are very unusual and incredibly good. I think her creations are perhaps the best of the many very small artisanal fragrance artists around. Her quality level is on the same level as Andy Tauer but she is just less well known. I have two on your list: Underword and Green Oakmoss. They are both very good, Green Oakmoss is my favorite of those you are sampling - but I really like woods scents and it is a good one. I am curious to hear what you think of Green Oakmoss and also Violets and Rainwater (my sample is on its way). I also have an order in for more to try from her gallery of scents.
Some other Liz Zorn discoveries I have found from her line that I highly recommend are:
Meerchaum - a deep green pipe tobacco and leather scent that is astounding in its richness.
Tobacco and Tuille - A very rich tobacco and rose blend that is unlike any other scent I've tried.
Journeyman - another leather scent that is a little milder and more traditional in tone for a well worn leather but is very easy to wear.