Welcome to the site TinTin, I'm not familiar with the jackets you've mentioned but I have some general advice.
The temperature range will be from sub-zero to over 40c/110f so you need a jacket with a good removable thermal lining and plenty of opening vents to let the air through in high temps. It goes without saying that it should have a gore-tex lining so it's 100% waterproof. These are the obvious things but things like how usefull the pockets are and their waterproofness will matter as you're going to be wearing it every day. Having the matching trousers is usefull as they'll zip together . Make sure that you can close the cuffs with thick winter/waterproof gloves on, take them with you or use some in the shop when trying it on. When picking a colour think what it'll look like after 6 months on the road!
However, Ted Simon rode most of his RTW wearing a sheepskin flying jacket, even when it was hot. I tend to do most of my summer touring wearing a pair of Hood jeans which have a Aramid fibre (Kevlar) lining and they're a good compromise between comfort and protection. and a gore-tex lined Cordura jacket. I don't bother with the lining as I use a fleece jacket, when needed, and I can wear it off the bike too. The big problem is having enough room to store all of your wet/warm gear when you're not wearing it.
Good luck. It's still a bit of a lottery when you pay your money as to whether it will be just right.