I've got two others to add to the list now....Sun EZ1 Compact LWB recumbent 20/16 with mid-rack, and Bazooka Explorer steel folding bike 20" with Conhis front 1000W.
It's really hard to say which of my bikes is the favourite. It depends on the application. I really like the semi-recumbent Rebike, for general hacking around town with its big tractor seat, and the Giant Revive is a super comfortable urban ride as well, kind of scooterlike with a nice Nine-C on it. For mid-range comfort the small Sun EZ1 is excellent, with the mid-rack. In winter wet conditions here in Victoria, for urban commuting I often ride the big hybrid, with dual disk breaks, and the larger big Apple tires. Very safe in very wet conditions. For long range touring the long-wheelbase Sun Ez-Sport recumbent with the fairing is very good, also a dry ride. But ultimately, the trike rules. No question. It is AWESOME. You can load it up with gear and dual packs and go for the weekend, and it won't fall over. Cruises nicely with moderate pedalling in the high twenties. The folders are for the occasional trip to Arizona, for compact travel. I'm out of ideas, and I've pretty well got all the bikes I'll ever need so just riding these days, not building. The Dog-scooter is awesome, but it turned out to be illegal. I just ride it at night very occasionally. I've got a mix of rear and front hubbies, and generally like the fronts better, for the balance.
On the Suns, the mid-racks are very good for balance and handling, and leave the rear rack for gear. On the trike I've got the batteries down low, right under the seat, and that craft really feels planted. Since I'm so tall I've pretty well gone with apehangers on all the non-recumbent bikes, and extra long 400mm seatposts and stems on the smaller 20" bikes, so there was a lot of searching for those parts in bike recyclers around Victoria.
Too many ebikes - but I enjoy them all. I even enjoy my one non-motorized bike, a Raleigh twenty one-speed, with a full front fork replacement, new bottom bracket. and all alloy wheels, which just leaves the original frame and that's all. I guess I'm bike crazy.
The EZSport is a great bike - a nice strong chromolly frame, easy to electify, and pretty nice and standard parts on it. Again, with the mid-rack and the fairing, it is easy to carry two Ping packs right under the seat, and still have all your cargo capability. I've been averaging around 14 watt hours per mile on that one, which means you're good for around ninety miles on two 48V 15Ahr Pings, with a nice easy pedaling cadence. And the seat is very comfortable I've found - the same seat btw as is on the smaller EZ-1. If I had to choose between the EZ-Sport and the EZ1, I'd definitely go with the EZSport - it is a much better distance tourer, and can be found for not too much money - maybe 700 Cdn, in good condition. I got mine with the fairing for 700 which I thought was an excellent deal. I was surprised how dry the fairing keeps you in rain. The EZ-1 is perhaps a bit twitchy at speed and demands a lot more concentration - the EZSport is like floating on air. All of that steel, along with the seat, and BigApples makes for a totally cushy ride.