Jaguar for Men is the only one of the three that I own both in vintage (wooden cap) and current form. The reformulation fares well in direct A-B comparison, even though I know some say it's horrible. Well, there are differences but they are quite minimal to my nose (talking about the current silver cap produced by Lalique).
I have a 2013 bottle of Bogart Signature, which lists both oakmoss and tree moss in the ingredients list (not sure if the most current one still does) and it smells great. I haven't felt any need to seek out the vintage.
Bogart Signature is still great, although older versions are more "oakmossy".
I haven't tried Versace L'homme "deep vintage" (with thinner font) yet, but I own the last two versions (light brown and dark brown boxes) and they are pretty similar to me. Both really nice.
Jaguar is the one I would recommend caution. The newest version seemed more shallow and soapy than I expected.
Owning, enjoying and/or having known, as well as tested all three including in their current (while also the vintage) formulation - slightly more inclined and not just due to having incidentally chosen this as the SOTD to recommend Bogart Signature as the top choice among these