Since you want to surf I would opt out of the Air Nautique. ITs a D-drive with a great wakeboarding wake. but its gunwales/freeboard is really low compared to v drive boats which is huge when talking surfing. It sits very low to the water. Of the boats you have posted The VRS 230 and the 23LSV would be what i would consider. Both the Maristar 230 and 23LSV will throw a decent wakeboard wake. The downfall of both of those boats is they will require more than avergae ballast to get the wakeboard wakes pumping, on the flip side though both will surf pretty well. If you tow long distances a ton maybe not the best idea going the 23ft mark. The biggest thing you will have to decide is........ do you need the 23ft size, can you tow it, and is it worth the extra space.
The VRS200 is a decent boat IT rides more like a runabout as if I recall correctly it doesnt have any tracking fins. They were able to get away with this because of the deeper v design. I have never been behind one so I can't comment on the wake for boarding, but most of the best surf boats over the years have had very deep v designs. The trade off is the wakeboard wake can be finicky with side to side weight. This means people will have to move around a bit more the level out the boat side to side. PRetty decent article here on the 200VRS. http://waterskimag.com/ski-boats/200...istar-200-vrs/
If you can take them for drive. You will know instantly which one fits your needs.