I would play any of those in the group I am in. I certainly have preferences to one system or the other - but if I am to be a player and someone wants to run something in one of the above systems I would play.
You realize there is something wrong with the development of the core game when the most popular choice is "Various OGL/d20 3rd Party Games". Of course, this includes Pathfinder, which many people today feel IS the core development of the game.
There is not a game I would not play if my friends came to me and said they wanted to play it. There are games I would not want to run but that takes a lot more effort and requires more from me.
I read the question in the opposite direction. More that you pick the game, and whatever you pick your friends will go along with, so what do you pick?
You wouldn't find me DMing OD&D, 1E or 4E. You could get me to play any of them, though I'd still be reluctant to be on the player's side of the same editions above.
Now this makes me curious, Stormonu. The link in your .sig points me to a 520 page document of homebrew 4e stuff and you wouldn't DM and only reluctantly play it? What has happened?