Add the Loomis PRO 4X 10' 6" 5 wt. to the list.
First a word about the line rating -- this rod will actually single hand, overhead cast a typical trout 5 wt. line just like a 9' 5 wt. This is a good test of a light switch rod line rating, for it it takes a much heavier overhead line to work, that tells us something about the rating.
In practice, I've found that the rod has an extremely broad range of lines that it will handle, so we can use a 5 wt. trout line to cast dry flies, or use an 8 wt. and Spey cast streamers, or a 6 wt. and a bobber, or a 360 Skagit head and T8 tips. Want finesse? Go light. Want distance? Go heavy.
Though I've had a few, I've never been a fan of light switch rods until this one. All of the others I've owned or tried were actually much heavier rods in disguise or wimpy noodles. This rod is not a stiff stick, yet it has guts to push line way out there. It's soft enough that a 10" bass puts a deep bend in it. The rod is so much fun with bass, that it has become my favourite smallie stick. I've tried using switch rods for bass before and never liked the experience, but this rod has changed my mind on that subject.
This video is not actually about the rod, rather about Spey casting heavy flies using light lines, but it does give an indication of what it can do.