I find the Genelecs fun to listen to, but far from "accurate". Tend to lie to you by making everything sound a bit pretty.
Great utility monitors though - rugged design, seemingly bulletproof (even if you accidentally solo a kickdrum at full whack), and very effective mounting options. I use 8030s for video monitoring all the time.
But for recording and mix decisions where you need to confidently assess the sound you're getting.... If I had to choose between the models you list... Dynaudio. FWIW, I do my critical location monitoring on Focal Solo 6s now. Consider the KH120s though - I hear excellent things about them and quite a practical monitor to carry around.
I upgraded last year to the Geithain RL906 (PDF of the SOS review is HERE).
The other good pair is the Neumann KH120A (which are the replacement for the old K+H O110).
As these are ideal location monitors, both Geithain and Neumann do a flight case and padded carrying bag option for these monitors (the Geithain is UK made but available to all Geithain dealers worldwide) so that they can be taken on location without fear of damage. Geithain also do a carrying bag for the optional table stand for the RL906.
I suggest you also look at the Focal CMS 50s for location monitoring. They are bullet-proof for transporting, built with extruded aluminum enclosures. Excellent sound for near-field to mid-field listening. Reasonably priced at $700 each.