For sure, those Lipos drag are unmatched! Though even the 200C discharge rate needs to be carefully looked at. 200C would mean 900 amps per cell, that's possible only if you have enough capacity and low IR to allow this much current to get out of batteries, apart from custom model like DrBass may have, no batteries in the RC market are able to give this 900A per cell
. Once paralleled though, that's another story!
If I get back the link where I got all big brands Lipos versus, I will post it here. HK Nano Tech for example perform good but nowhere close to 100-130C.
Though you were misinformed about all the cells you quote, none of them can deliver 30A continuous, even the "mighty" Sony VTC5 are nothing more than solid 20A. Even Samsung 25R which are supposed to be 22A continuous deteriorate at 22A.
Above 20A all these cells damage and give bad discharge (not regular, curve fails down a lot). That's like getting a too small pipe of fuel which would dilate itself when you over pressure it yet not designed to dilate. It will badly do the job past it limits and won't last long.
Actually more people should be informed about this, even reputed brands lie a lot about true discharge ratings.
The only 18650 cells tested and known to push 30A at normal CDR temperature and no damage are a123 system 18650 1200mAh cells, actually discontinued, and LG HB2 / HB4 / HB6.
Unknown contender would be Lithium hydrogen cells but I couldn't find a proper discharge test for 18650 LI-HP so until then I won't consider the rating to be anything true.
(Yes I got too much time spent on searching for batteries and infos