(5) JMB VL-3 (including mods such as the Rotax 915 and GotGravel Vertigo) - lightweight and easy to land in tight spots, but also decent cross-country performance.
(4) A tie between the JustFlight Piper Arrow III and the Carenado Piper Seneca V - both just have a comfortable, friendly, familiar look and feel.
(3) Citation CJ4 (with the Working Title mod) - perfect for “by the book” IFR trips at airliner speeds and altitudes, above the weather.
(2) EMB-110 Bandeirante - the fastest steam-gauge twin prop currently available, and feels relatively light for its size and easy to fly by hand (and is unpressurized so you have an excuse to fly low), so it’s good for taking charter groups on VFR adventure tours.
(1) Top Rudder 103 Solo - the easiest to fly slow and explore detailed local areas, and also very entertaining in windy conditions.