My best friend is about your size and to get into a boat since 1998 has always been an interesting experience. You definitely want to hit a boat shop to see what you will and won't fit into given today's focus on making the cockpit really snug. My friend can't fit into some of the newer boats without having to rip out all the factory fitting.
The displacement is also a real point. Mt friend has a Z and it looks like a squirt boat depenging on how much gear he has on and where his weight is. At 300+ and early season gear, his edges are at or below the water line.
Most of the boats listed are great boats. But more than anything, don't let some 160+ guy at a boat shop talk you into the latest play boat for big guys without you be able to try it out. Edges for you will be different than guys who are used to being in the target weight zone.
You will likely be better off getting a bigg older boat, learning the basics and then have the understanding to get into the newer school boats. Andy can just rip the hell out of the old school boats and do some vertical work in them. I remember when the rpm max came out, watching him just rip the hell out of it.