Disagree. That Bisley is pretty stout stuff. The fireballs can be epic but it will take a great deal as H110 will run low on the pressure and well under Mr. Ruger's design. Of the powders listed by the OP I have tried them and would strongly lean towards H110. For upper velocity loads in the 45LC that is my powder of preferenceYeah, the problem with H110 in that application is that the minimum pressure to get it to burn completely, is right at about the max anyone ought to ever think about running in a Ruger .45 Colt. A pretty fine line.
250/255gr. bullets can give some spectacular fireballs with the stuff!
I found that 300gr. bullets are much better combo with H110/WW296. The extra bullet mass helps the stuff get lit. Bisley grip only, though. The standard aluminum frame Blackhawk grip isn't any fun with heavy loads.