All will be excellent quality, fully canvassed. At that point, it's all about styling. In that regard, I would advise you against the Tom Ford. Great looking suit, but as this will essentially be your only suit (Black doesn't really count), you're going to want something less loud, and that you can wear several days in a row if need be. That means charcoal, navy or mid gray, and any patterns are going to have to be subtle- a faint pinstripe or check at most. The Tom Ford, while an awesome suit, is just way too loud. If you had a rotation where you could work it in every week or two, it would great. You should also avoid peak lapels like those on the Tom Ford. Fun, but again, not unless you have a rotation already. You can have many loud suits, you can have a few conservative ones, but you can't have a few loud ones. Obviously a mix is fine. So yeah- navy, charcoal or a mid gray. Any of those should be appropriate for any occasion a suit is called for. The mid gray isn't really the best for a funeral, but the black one would be perfect. The only other thing I would advise is that if you choose to go with navy, get one light enough that it's obviously a shade of blue and not just a shade of almost black. Same with the charcoal, really.