I cannot rave enough about my FirstGear Scout IV jacket
. Not only does it look great, it fits me better than any other jacket I've tried, because I have long arms and FirstGear has "Tall" sizes in jackets with longer sleeves.
It's basically waterproof, with a "Kwik-Dry" leather treatment, venting ports and a removable thermal liner, as well as CE armor and support for an optional foam back pad (which I got for about $10). Plus a clever two-level front zippering option so you can close the front up tight, or loosen it out if you're wearing bulky sweaters underneath. It looks great off the bike, too, with a nice, smooth matte black color (rather than pebbled).
Best of all, right now they're on mega-sale at New Enough
, about $220 down from over $400. I know that's $40 more than the most expensive jacket you'd listed already... I haven't seen the Xelement jackets in person but I will tell you from first hand experience, the FirstGear jacket is top notch.
As for the style of jacket among the three you've got listed, #3 looks a lot like this one, and Gloves #2 to me seem your best option. I am a big fan of gauntlet style gloves for cold weather riding, you do NOT want air on your wrists or forearms, and those are not only waterproof but also have a heat pack option. For $35 you can't go wrong (in fact I'm intrigued enough to consider getting a pair to check out myself).