So long since that question came up but I have discovered it recently and would like to add some thoughts:
Considering tolerances in antenna impedance (first point in these smith charts) I would probably prefer to choose the second approach. Thats because if the antenna impedance changes slightly there is a much higher deviation of the second point's location (when travelling long distances in the smith charts's outer area, like it is done in solution 1 and 3). Considering tolerances of the first matching element (inductance in this case), the third point (ideally at 50 Ohms) would deviate even more.
Another thought is to keep in mind, that the matching network can also be used as a filter for harmonics, so the choice of topology might play a role in filtering those out.