Do you need to be able to fit luggage without folding even half of the third row?
If so, the only crossovers that might work are the Ford Explorer, Ford Flex, and Honda Pilot, as these have a deep well behind the third row (beneath a removable floor in the Honda). In my experience (family of five that packs prettly lightly) other crossovers have too little space behind the third row. Among those without a well, the large GM crossovers have significantly more cargo volume than others, including those you mention.
You're not going to want to hear this, but when it comes to fitting people AND their stuff minivans are far superior to any crossover. The Kia Sedona is designed to make you almost forget you are driving a minivan. The new Chrysler Pacifica is also very nice. Unfortunately, reliability is a big question mark for both, as we have no data on either (the Pacifica is too new).
Toyota offers the Sienna in a sporty SE form. Some people say it then rides too firmly, but I haven't driven a Sienna SE so I cannot comment on this.
We own a Ford Taurus X, with a well like the other Fords. But if today's minivans had been available at the time I likely would have bought one of them instead.