Mucus [B]may[/B be OK], but I have 3 friends in the 220-240 range and they can't come close to surfing the mucus, and they struggle on the much larger Inland Surfer Swallow, but kill it on the IS Red Rocket. Mucus doesn't have enough surface area. Two of these three are very athletic, one has a very refined beer belly.
I'm 165 lbs and love my Mucus, as does my 125 lb wife - but I'm doubtful it will fill your weight range.
One of the big boys has an Alias which they can ride, but they can't "do anything" other than just sit in the pocket. It's too heavy. At my 165 lbs it's like trying to surf a mack truck. Ditto the CWB Ride which one owns. The Boradcast also fits in this categoy - these boards are ok for learning how to get up and sit in the pocket, but don't expect anything more. I haven't tried some of the others you list.
The Razr may fit the bill. I owned one last year and it's the closest of those listed (which I've ridden) that feels like a higher performance/more expensive board like an Inland Surfer I currently own a few Inland Surfer boards and a Phase 5 - Razr isn't in that class of boards, but at least it comes somewhat close.
I haven't surfed the Grindwaters, but I'm assuming at the price point you are looking are pre-2011 models - BEWARE, pre 2011 Grindwaters are fragile, so proceed at your risk. They dramatically changed construction this year to make them more durable.