Thx, Bruce. Now an update; let's see if this is consistant with your thoughts.
You may not recall, but originally we found that I aimed far better with a dot than a line, so based on all of what I did - and we discussed - I put the 35" putter, 340 grams (with a line) in the rack and went to a 33.5" putter (was much more comfortable closer to the ball and more upright postured like your pic number 1 above), blade design, towards the heel shaft - 1 offset, 351 grams, oval on top of face. Results are much improved, but not 100% there. My current putter has a short stove pipe neck, not a long neck, and a toe hang of about 4:30.
So, Bruce, as a next step in evolution, do I have this spec'ed correctly? Morgan Bombara - 33.5" - 360-365 grams (?) - long pipe - face balanced (?) - oval or dot - standard lie.
I'm thinking 360 gram range, Bruce, as I can loose the putter on 2 footers - get wobbly.
Length of 33.5 may be perfect as it gets me over the ball with great posture.