of these three, the rush hour sticks out. It's more Tarck than anything else, especially the 09, with the whole red anodized thing going on.
It really comes down to whether you prefer calliper or cantilever brakes. The steamroller has some insane clearance, but no braze-ons (which make mounting racks and fenders difficult). It also requires long reach brakes, which I think look a little funny.
The One-Way has cantilever brakes, the more traditional choice for a bike with wide tires, it also has a full compliment of braze-ons, making it the more obvious choice for touring.
Either one should take the wider tires prefered for touring, but the one-way is more natural at it. Then again, you can build up a steamroller to be all your own, and there is something to be said for that.
It's your choice, as long as you don't choose the rush hour.