Babolat RPM Blast: very stiff while good spin generation. Plays good for first few hours only and gone dead quite quickly. Signum Pro Tornado is a better choice i think.
Luxilon Adrenaline: never try
X-One Biphase: Soft, good feel on ball impact, but loss tension quite quickly. Full set of X-One is only good for stiff racket, like Wilson K90 / BLX 90. On flexible racket, like Head Radical, it will be too soft & elastic. So it is good as a cross in hybrid setup for better feel & touch.
Agree with william33, RPM is loss tension quite quick.
For Luxilon Adrenaline, it is a hard string, most of the Luxilon string are harder than others brand.
X-One is a multifilament string, faster loss tension than monofilament string is expected but the "ball feel" is really good. Compare with others multifilament strings, X-One can keep the tension much longer. You expect to changed the string after playing 20 hrs.
This 3 strings is quite difference style. If you play monofilament string well and no ellow pain, you can choose monofilament string, but if you are afraid to have tennis ellow, multifilament strings or hybird strings is a better choice.
If you want solid feel you can use Klip Optic Nerve 17 or Toalson Rencon 120/125 String for main and X-One for cross. If you want a softer feel, use X-One for main.
Also, there are 2 more multifilament strings that you can take a look : Gamma Professional 17 String & ISOSPEED Professional 17. For "Ball Feel", Gamma Professional 17 String is really better than X-One, but will loss tension faster than X-One and not much power provide to your from string, you expect to change the string after playing 18-20 hrs. ISOSPEED Professional 17 have similar "ball feel" as X-One but it's cheaper than X-One, also the ISOSPEED strings are pre-stretched and can minimizes the loss of tension.