I'll save you the time. Optically, the winner is: Nikon NAV-7SW.
Well, at least that was my findings, with my observing partners concurring, in comparing the 7SW, 7XW, 7DL, as well as 7T6, Leica ASPH w/1.8x, and a 6E tossed in, using APO doublet refractors ranging from 85mm f/7 to 100mm f/9. (Disclaimer: I have no interest in the Morpheus line and have not used them.)
I've posted my findings before. What prompted me to reply here is... My first thought when I saw your post was, now? What about Jupiter and Saturn? Jupiter has certainly been integral to previous evaluations and discussions of these same EPs. If you go back and look at all the discussion when the 7DL came out, I suspect that you'd find one of the most referenced aspects was sharpness and contrast relating to lunar and Jupiter observations. Though I had already decided to replace my XWs with the SWs, I held on to them when I also decided to pursue a Tak FC-100DL. I was glad I did, as previous findings were clearly affirmed in the new scope, with some of the most notable differences relating to banding seen on Saturn, and the crispness or clarity of details on Jupiter.