I find that Condor's 1075 holds an edge longer for me, but that's mostly a function of the slightly convex edge geometry, which is less prone to damage than the (very slight) hollow grind of the Mora. All three knives listed are excellent, but in very different respects. The Bushlore is the most durable and stout of the three, and has the most lively balance. It's also the heaviest.
Rather than considering the Clipper, I suggest the newer Companion. The sheath is much improved.
Between the wood-handled and micarta Bushlores the micarta is definitely worth it, though they're both fantastic knives for the money.