I just started this past winter, listen to these guys. When I started I could 'hang' with the people who taught me within a few weeks JUST by dropping drivers out of my bag.
I have a buddy who just started recently and was struggling to find the fairways with any real consistency, told him to drop his driver and boom - He literally started lowering his scores the next hole.
I know having a driver sounds 'sexy' - but when you first start out, you will actually throw your mids equally as far(if not more) than a driver that you can't handle anyway. And on top of that it will be a LOT more accurate and controllable then winging some speedy overstable driver.
I played with a Roc and a putter only for the first few weeks. Then I added a slow ''fairway driver'' called a Gazelle, which is basically like a longer Roc. Then a month or so later I added a TL. And currently I'm starting to add in the occasional Orc or Valkyrie when I want pure D.
You have to take a slow and steady approach to your bag, and not overwhelm yourself with options or discs you can't handle yet anyway. I took this approach and now I can drive very well with my putters. Can shape a LOT of shots with my Roc since its all I had to work with for so long. And have a beat in money Roc to show for it =).
I seriously wouldn't start with ANY of the drivers you listed.
Drivers - If you HAVE to use one at all in the next 2 months, grab something slow. A Gazelle, Sabre, Cyclone. I wouldn't bother until you are really crushing your mids though. When I started and practiced in fields, there was almost no difference between my mid and drivers distance wise. This is because when you start your form, snap, and usable power all pretty much suck.
Mids - Sharks are good, my buddy loves his wolf, theres a ton of great mids - I(and most here) prefer rocs or Buzzz's.
Putter - Anything that feels comfortable, most prefer KC aviars or Wizards here.
Hope this helps, I can't stress how much playing with only mids and putters helped me become a decent player in a short amount of time. And I learned that from DGR