I'm partial to this from your list, https://aax-us-east.amazon-adsystem....ogi&th=1&psc=1
But maybe a bit more expensive one, you do get what you pay for, and it seems kinda cheap.
I'm a fan of all the knobs! Lol. When I was younger we did a lot of recording on only a 4 track. We'd usually do a basic drum 1 mic recording, along with usually the rythem guitar and bass. Then flip those 3 tracks into one track once they were done perfectly. Then we'd have 2 mics on the drum for another take, flip that onto 1 after. Then lead guitar, and vocal. Boom! 4 tracks.
With 8 tracks though, it would be much easier and more mics available for drums in one take, instead of 2 or 3 drum tracks over multiple takes. (if that makes sense)
That's just my old school thoughts. I don't know much about those other machines and PC interfaces. To me, rock should stay as low tech as possible! Lol
Edit: Something like this would be pretty sweet! (not necessarily this exact one, or brand, but something similar) https://www.amazon.ca/Zoom-R8-Multit...8-3&th=1&psc=1
It's a recorder as well, so PC is optional I think. Again, I think! Lol. 16 tracks, with 8 simultaneous inputs, seems good enough for most things!