I have used void linux a few time. It awesome distro. But there some limited package. It not bad if you went with GNU C route. But will be very limited if you go musl route. Your going run into issue if you need to have lets say need nvidia driver over nouveau. same with any other proprietary drivers. search what you need here. https://voidlinux.org/packages/
As for the other. Have not really dive in and gave it a good test. But one that not on your Candidates. But again very limited on packages. Solus. getsol.us/home/
A lot more user friendly compare to void linux. but unlike void. even more limited desktop options. GNOME, MATE, Budgie, KDE, i3, openbox, bspwm are the ones I remember seeing in the repo. Not sure what they have now.
If you have a really powerful cpu. I can say give Funtoo a shot. It is easier to install and understand compare to Gentoo. For one it have a debian-sources kernel install by default. So you don’t need to mess around with kernel hardcore stuff till you feel up to challenge! But you need to know a lot about what package you need to have installed. USE flag can be troublesome!