I'm sure they are all good it's just a matter of features.
If you really wanna go Canon I'd weigh the price/features to see what you can live with. Some top out at 1/500 on the shutter an some have better/larger viewfinders or combined vf/rf windows.
I don't own a Canon (so I won't recommend a specific model) but seriously considered one at one point until I happened into a Leica IIIf.
The Canons offer good value if you want an interchangeable lens setup.
You'll see a lot of posts about a seller on ebay named 'interslice' who sells kits. Unfortunately he doesn't seem to be active anymore
He was active in April of this year, I ordered seals for a Canonet and some Nikons from him...try JGood21967<at>aol<dot>com (with the appropriate replacements, of course)
Great guy, great product, great price and great instructions.
Almost pocketable and good enough for me : Chinon 35EE. Many derivatives exist (e.g. under GAF brand in the USA). Cheap enough (I wouldn't consider the collectible rangefinders branded Leica Canon or Nikon as carry-everywhere tools).
When Jon Goodman (interslice) and I last corresponded, he was in the process of setting up his own, non-eBay retail portal.
“Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”
Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2