Skip the Taurus. Quality control is hit or miss. Some people will respond here that theirs have been fine, and they probably have been. But looking at larger sample sizes, you could do better for the price. Features are nice, but not at the expense of the quality control needed for reliability and durability.
The Trojan is a lot of bang for the buck. The prices for you over there are a little startling, though. I don't know if I'd spend almost two thousand dollars on a Trojan, but over here they're a good gun for a grand.
The CZs are becoming common competition guns for good reason. If you're not dead set on a 1911 they're a good option.
If you're looking for a lower-end match 1911, the Springfield Range Officer isn't bad at all. Pretty well fit and comes with adjustable sights to change to your particular match loads.