I've got an old set of Chicago Cutlery that I've used for about 30 years now and I love them. Old solid forged knives with wood handles, not this new "teckno" stuff. That "Landmark" series that you're looking at doesn't look comfortable to hold.
Knives are very personal things ... once you caress one you might find a beauty that you can't live without - when nobody else can see the beauty that enchants you. Just like in selecting a mate to spend the rest of your life with - you probably don't want to marry the first person you date. Go around to different stores (even if you are not going to buy from them) - hold the different knives and get a feel for them.
I have to admit that I get a "wandering eye" about once a year and think about getting new knives. That usually is about the time that I realize I need to get my knives, sit down with my stones, and spend a couple of hours sharpening them - or it's been a couple of years and it's time to treat myself with a professional sharpening job.
If money was no object - I would pick a mix of Shun and Wusthof's "Le Cordon Bleu" series knives.
"It ain't what you don't know that gets you in trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." - Mark Twain