Well, with that sub list, I'd say you have a midbass addiction problem haha! And spot on with being able to knock your socks off.
There are many, many, MANY things to consider with a HT setup so you'll have to be pretty specific for targets, room layout (construction, dimensions, speaker and listening positions, number of channels, and on and on).
Without any other specifics, your equipment for the subs is going to be heavily biased toward midbass and the two martys will not keep up. To be more balanced (which may not be the intention of the setup, and more preference) I would swap two devs to have 4 martys. I imagine there will be some handoff between the two types of subs and where each of them shine requires different arrangements. Again, this is very general and doesn't consider your room, mlp, and goals. So listing those things will help make sure all the commitment to equipment and time will give what's expected, or more.
I'd say start with defining some of the big parameters for sub layout.
1. Room Dimensions
2. Room Characteristics (open floor plan/closed, concrete floor/suspended, shared space/dedicated HT)
3. Goals (midbass monster, ULF, tactile response in ULF or midbass[chest slam], clean response or more boom haha)
4. Tuning/Integration understanding. When using multiple types of sub alignments, you will probably need this to get things to play nice.