I'm not familiar with these reels, so have no opinion, but generally for each type of lure, may use reels that have different retrieve ratios & speeds and inch per handle turn line retrieve rates.
This has been discussed before as far as what types of reels and gear ratio's to use for specific types of lures. It can certainly vary too, since people are all different and have preferences.
So maybe match up the ratio & line retrieve to the lures is a good way of matching these reels you have, then match them to rods that also will fit how you like to fish these lures.
Keep in mind that ratio may not always relate well to actual retrieve speed in inch per turn of the reel handle, which is a better indicator of how fast you'll get line back on the reel. Most reels these days handle winching in fish very well, so think of it as how fast do I want or need to get the lure back after a cast. There are other considerations too since the amount of line on the spools affects the retrieve rate, but that's something you'll have to figure out when fishing, so see what you like best.
1. Moving baits - I like a reel for moving lures that has a ratio in the 6.3 to 1 range. That's a average rate IMO, so you can retrieve lures fast or slower.
2. Texas rigs and jigs - For jigs & plastics, such as T -rigged, a faster speed, 7:1 ratio which allows for quickly getting them back for another cast. The reel isn't doing the work with these lures, it's the person holding the rod and the rod, so a faster reel works well. Some folks probably like an even faster reel, but I think that's as fast as I own.
3. Frogs and swimbait - either of those ratio's work fine for me, and then inch per turn of the handle may be more important. I wouldn't really consider these two types of lures that similar. To me fishing the frog is more like fishing a jig, and the swimbait like the moving baits, such as spinnerbaits or crankbaits.
4. Lipless crankbaits, Squarebill, Swimjig, Chatterbait, Spinnerbait - these would all be the same as moving baits for me, and again, there's probably not any single answer, as personal preferences come into play. At least a reel with around 6.3:1 ratio.
5. All purpose - I have one reel that has a 5.3:1 ratio, and it's what I would consider a general use, all purpose reel. I don't even know if any reel brands are still making them with such a ratio now, but you almost can't retrieve too fast with it. It's certainly not ideal if you do need a fast retrieve however. I like a reel like this for big & deep diving crankbaits, but that's not the only use. If I didn't have a reel like that with a slower ratio, I would likely just use something with a 6.3:1 or around that.
The technology of reels have changed a lot over the years, and I've never really kept up with it all so my comments are only general in nature.
Mike Cork is a lot more familiar with reels like you have, so his recommendations are some you can count on. All those reels you have seem to have great reputations, so you may even want to experiment some with what lures you'll use with each one, as sometimes the "feel" is a better indication of what to use as anything. That's been the case with me a lot of the time when choosing gear. I may have bought it with a purpose in mind, then actually liked it better for a different purpose.