I took mine to a "local transmission shop" a year ago. They had VERY high ratings. Great place. As I walked out the door, they said: "see you in a year." I didn't give it much thought until my fluid color started changing after a year. While I am not a mechanic, I think this drain and fill method is a bunch of crap. Previously, I had done complete flushes at 59,000 and 90,000. If you get your fluid flushed out or completely transferred out with a BG type machine, you should be good to go for at least 50,000 miles. I then went back to my regular mechanic and had him do the complete fluid transfer using Amsoil as a replacement for my World Standard fluid. I'm good to go for another 50,000 miles.
As far as your car, as long as the bottle states that it is Toyota Type IV compatible, then go ahead and get what you want. It used to be that we were stuck using proprietary T-IV or WS. That is no longer the case. There are several companies that have made T-IV and WS complient tranny fluids, some of which you listed. Your fluid color change is DEFINITELY a sign of distress. I'm guessing your local transmission company did the same as mine, and put you on the one year plan (drain and fill). I'm afraid it is time to do it again.
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** 2009 Vibe: 1.8 liter automatic **
** 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring **
** 2007 Honda Fit Sport **