Ah, yes... The croppers strike again.
Jeremy, As Mike said not long ago, everybody gets to have his own opinion. In my NSHO both B&W's are good and #1 is stunning. Great job on the mid-tones. I'm not that thrilled about #3, mainly because of the color, but then, when I do B&W I always make everything as neutral as possible. Don't you dare crop the near edge of that pond in #1. It's essential to the composition. Not long ago there were complaints because I chopped off the feet of a hobo. Chopping off those grasses would be far worse than chopping off feet.
My only beef with #2 is the OOF grasses in the foreground. I tried to download the image and get Bridge to tell me what aperture you used, but that didn't work. I know a lot of people have been scared away from using small apertures by an overemphasis on loss of sharpness through diffraction. Fact is, that kind of loss is easily recoverable with Photoshop, or, even more easily with Nik's Sharpener Pro. The other problem with a small hole is a slow shutter speed, but it seems to me we once had a side-discussion about tripods. I'd be willing to bet you were shooting off a tripod, so shutter speed shouldn't have been an issue unless the wind was blowing. But from the look of the water I'd be willing to bet the wind was calm.
I'm not a landscape fan, but these, and a lot of the ones Timo Löfgren posts are exceptions.