You did ask for opinions...so...
IMO braided tack is ok, though it doesn't last, but those prices are crazy high! It is easy to keep clean if you don't mind tossing your tack in a washing machine, but the hardware might rust if not SS. Personally not a fan of the stuff, looks like something made for model horses not real useful or practical. Sorry just looks cheap to me.
The nylon clip on bridle is certainly priced cheaply enough that as a starter or spare piece of equipment it is ok. They tend to shrink when washed (as do the braided tack) but not a big deal if your horse doesn't have a big head.
The patriotic tack doesn't look horribly gaudy as some can, but I would question the quality of the leather at that low price. It may work fine for a season, or strictly parade/show use, but inspect it well before every use.
Personally, after years of $200 + black leather Dressage bridles. and frequent cleaning and polishing, I am in love with biothane tack! It lasts forever, is soft and flexible while being very strong, and is a breeze to clean! Comes in so many fun colors too!!