I haven't tried the Vr6 (yet), but I have the Ina and the Soraya. The Ina is much better for my personal anatomy.
The clitoral arm on the Soraya hits me in the wrong way altogether and makes me sore every time. The vibrations are concentrated in the tip of the clit arm, but the tip bypasses my clit completely. The arm goes up on top of my pubis mons with the tip pointing into the air, not making contact with my body at all, so the vibes in the tip are useless to me without seriously manipulating the clit arm. Even worse, the base of the arm ends up pinching me in the worst possible spot. I feel uncomfortable while using it and am bruised up to a day or two later. I can pull the shaft out a bit so that it is not as deeply inserted and then press down on the clitoral arm so that the tip of it stimulates my clit, but I have to actually hold it in place this way. Of course, as you can imagine, continuously pressing down on the clit arm just to make clitoral contact is a real buzz kill. Plus, I worry that I will snap something inside of it while pressing it down this way.
I think the Soraya would work only for a woman whose clit is a good distance from her vaginal opening. My clit and opening are apparently relatively close together.
The clit arm on the Ina is tight, but I can make slight adjustments to where it hits me just right. I love the combination of pressure and vibration it provides. Since the Vr6 is similar in design but more powerful, I'd love to try that vibe!
That's a hard question because everyone's anatomy is so different. I have the Ina, and I LOVE it - but it isn't going to work for everyone. (And it has a pretty steep learning curve, in my experience. But once I figured it out, it's UNBELIEVABLE!)
One thing I do when I'm trying to choose a rabbit is look through my bag and see what my other rabbits look like that work well for me. Then I compare the design of the new rabbit I'm looking at. I have found that I need a fairly long "bunny" that points down, rather than up. For that reason, I don't think the other 2 rabbits on your list would work for me - because the "bunny" is too short and doesn't point down enough.
That depends a lot on your anatomy. If you've got a longer vagina or don't like lots of pressure on your clit, go for the Jopen. If you have a shorter vagina, or you want a lot of clitoral pressure, go for the Ina.
Carefully read the reviews of the Ina! I just received one and holy MOLY do I love it. I mean...it leaves me literally speechless for a good ten minutes. However? I can see a lot of people hating it. My vote is with the Ina though, if you think it'll fit your body.
I like all three because they are duals made of great materials. The Vr7 has a rotating head while Soraya is submersible and Ina will hit my G spot. Any suggestions? Personal experiences to share?
I it will come down to what fit's you best, since all three look pretty dependent on anatomy. If Ina hits your g-spot, go for that one, but otherwise I'd try to take some measurements and figure out what will fit you best. There are plenty of threads floating around for how the jopens fit that you can check. Plus, many reviewers are happy to pull out their toys and take measurements for you if you ask.
The reviews say that Ina puts a ton of pressure on the clit and Soraya's "metal" part has a tendency to flake off. I'd go with the Jopen since it seems to be better quality, based on the reviews I've seen. (Plus, I prefer rotating shafts to vibrating ones.)
The two from Lelo are completely different shapes, so if one fits you the other one absolutely won't. The Jopen toys are flexible, so will fit better, but they also lack all the functions of the Lelo. Personally, I really like the Ina, but do read the reviews, because it's pretty body specific and might not meet your needs depending on your tastes.