Please don't be offended if I see your question as asking for permission to do less work in your notating and add to the work of the drummer in interpreting your notation. The kindest thing to do for the person reading the score is to notate completely and clearly what you want. In that sense, I think the first of the last three score examples you include is the one that is easiest and clearest to read.
The rhythm notation in the second and third would certainly confuse me and I would start searching for some explanatory text at least.
If you want to make sure it's played specifically how you want, best to notate it out for clarity. If you want some variation and don't want to have to write it out in detail, then either using repeat notation or rhythm slashes with text similar to "fills ad lib." or "snare & crash ad lib." or "ad lib. using indicated rhythm" might be effective.