I remember when I was younger, I'd sit on the computer for hours on in reading up on component comparisons. Ea/ thread came to the same conclusion: It's up to you.
One day, I walked into an audio shop & a gentleman approached me. He began running through various tweeter compositions, cones, etc. Sitting in front of that board, I soon realized how much time I wasted reading up on why Speaker A was superior to Speaker B. I remember the first set of splits I auditioned were the Boston pro's. The gentleman flipped the board & let the Z's play. I couldn't believe it. The Pro's sounded sooo much better, & here I was listening to a set of comps that were well over a grand.
(Later that day, I went home & ordered them online lolololololol)
Application & circumstances are two things in which you can take in account for.
OP, you have concluded available wattage, but you are missing depth, size, etc. I have came to the conclusion that anything beyond ^ is nearly irrelevant.
I encourage you to get out & start auditioning.