Except the denon 1312. As I said in an earlier post, it doesn't have the automatic room correction (Audyssey) or an internal EQ. You can set it up yourself, but no equalizer.
If the subwoofer is powered by the sound system then it can't be used without some form of amplification. A 5 ohm speaker might be a bit of a struggle for an entry level receiver. Plan on getting new speakers 6-8 ohms very soon.
Advanced MCACC has 6 eq presets (like having 6 seperate eq's) but the 522 only has the Standard version of MCACC so only one eq preset.
Most of these automatic setup programs allow you to use the auto setup feature, do a manual setup. They also allow you to do the automatic setup and eq and then also set the eq manually. You can then toggle between the two and see which one you like better. As someone already said, download the manuals and see what each of them can do.