Another vote for the LOOK Keos. Been on the roadbike for the past couple of years now, and I like them a lot. I don't know about the others but what I like about the Keo is that the float is in the cleat rather than on the pedal. I have some knee issues so I have tons of float (red cleats = 9 degree float). Others don't like any float (black cleats = 0 deg float) but we both use the same pedals.
As with all road cleats, walking on them wears out the cleat. I always carry my cleat covers in my jersey pocket just in case - with the covers walking is actually pretty easy and the covers give a decent amount of grip.
Cyclocross = SPDs. Double sided, easy in, easy out, goodly amount of float, bombproof. Mud-shedding properties aren't what I'd ideally like but I've never had a problem getting in and out in the mud so far.
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