OK, put on my (still not that great) headphones.
I struggle to meaningfully compare this many samples in parallel - anything more than 3 and I find myself going round in circles, because my impression of one starts being overly informed by whichever two I happened to listen to last,
So, this will seem like stupid methodology but going forward through the clips;
A - I like the top round the snares, doesn't have a lot of depth, softer transient than B. The snare rattle dissapears quite quickly.
B - More brash up top than A, seems more forward, harder transient. Midrange around 2k sounds louder than A and C, yet snare feels smaller
C - More like A than B up top, I prefer the body of C lower down - the low mids are bigger.
D - Closer to B than A and C tonally but transient has less impact, sounds a bit limp
E - Sounds more crunchy.
F - Has less mids, so the treble draws my ear a bit more and the low end seems more controlled
G - snare sits in front of the mix more
Going backward through the clips after flicking between them a bit;
G - Low mids are nice, and the top has nice balance of impact/snare rattle. Sounds big
F - Less snare rattle, less clean to my ears. Sounds smaller
E -Mids around 1-2K draw my ears more - those kinda "A" vowel sounds in the snare body
D - Little smaller than E, more snare than impact.
C - I like how the top end impact and snare rattle sit together, and I like how the body sounds.
B - Harder sounding, more forward but I don't love that. Especially listening to the rest of the kit.
A - top has more snares than impact, sounds more recessed into the mix.
My favourite is C - the way the snare sits in the mix works for me, and the balance of stick impact, snare rattle, shell sound and thump is my favourite.
G would be my runner up, if I wanted the snare to be more forward without necessaraly being louder.
A isn't bad but is just smaller sounding. It's like it's trying to be C but not quite doing as nice a job.
B doesn't sit right to me, the snare is too forward and if I was mixing it I'd probably feel like I hadn't finished with the drum yet.
D doesn't give me the low end I want.
E seems crunchy round the transient.
F sounds a litle more raspy/ reedy to me. No bad thing, just different.