Looks like you are going for the bigger, cushioned, heftier ones where the sole could provide some response to running. I haven't tried the Invincible but tried the ultraboost and preferred the Hoka Carbon X. I did try some other trainers from the Nike Zoom X category.
The New Balance 1080/fresh foam is also nice. In Brooks there is Glycerin, but I find that a bit boring. The clunkiest of the lot was Asics Novablast, which is their most cushioned.
That said, not sure if you tried the racing issues. These are much lighter and feel great, but usually came at the risk of minimal cushion and stability, and requiring the owner to be a pro run with good foot striking form. However, with the new carbon plated shoes, these shoes also have good cushion and stability.
Leading them are Nike's Vaporfly Next % and the Alphafly, and Asics Metaspeed Sky and Metaspeed Edge. The Vaporfly was great for me in terms of feel, and very propulsive of the front of the foot, and great to walk in too. However, the midsole is slightly narrower for me. Never got to try the Metaspeed as it sold out too fast. But the lower brethren Magic Speed and Hyperspeed were promising, and Metaspeed has a wider sole so it might have been the one for me.
Anyway, the good thing is New Balance has got out a racer, the fuel RC Elite V2, which both experts and users comment that while it might be slightly heavier and slower than the above Nike and Asics supershoes, it is the most comfortable racing shoe. I tried it and that is spot on. Also propulsive, and very snug and great comfort. For those like us who are not competing at racing, this might be the fun shoe for daily training. I am thinking of adding it to the rotation with Hoka Carbon X to see which works better longer term, unless I itch and buy the Asics Metaspeed online from somewhere.