As others have said, it really depends on the match between you - and especially how you like/want to hear sound - your fitter and finally the HA itself.
I’ve used ReSound Linx 2 and have trialed the Quattros, and they just don’t work well for me, especially on your most important criteria of speech-in-noise. The sound overall is much too sharp for me (can be adjusted by slowing down their default time constants setting from “syllabic”, but that never helped much.
My brain has much preferred Widex (which you don’t seem to be considering), Phonak and Oticon. What I like most about Widex is not only the overall quality of the sound and the HAs ability to discern speech-in-noise but also the SoundSense learn program in the Evoke 440s that enables me to “dial-in” the sound exactly to what I need in a particular environment with more user control than any other HA on the market (my job enables me to try out all the flagship devices of every manufacturer). Once you found the best sound for your operating theater environment, you could save that as a preference and choose it each time before going in to surgery.
I’m excited to try out the new Marvel devices from Phonak. Their StereoZoom program from way back when (which streamed sound binaurally in challenging listening situations) was a life-saver for me and groundbreaking when it was introduced. It’s back in the new Marvels and automatically invoked as needed. With your investment in Roger technologies, Phonak Marvel definitely would merit consideration, especially as they will be turning on direct connectivity with Marvel devices via a firmware update next Fall (no more need for intermediaries or Roger receivers clipped on to your devices). That said, Marvel doesn’t work at this moment with Roger except, I believe, with an intermediary device.
Please keep us up to speed on what you learn/find and best of success!