I'm not much interested in algebraic/differential/geometric topology as I'm more geared towards analysis. A solid foundation for general topology (aka point-set topology) would do for now. I can't decide on which one to choose from these set of three books to meet my purpose. It would be really helpful if anyone can give me a comparative study of these books, their strengths and weaknesses and his/her overall experience (feel free to describe your experience even if you've covered only one or two of these), so I can have a better understanding of what these books offer and whether it fits my bill.
(1) General Topology - Stephen Willard
(2) Introduction to topology and modern analysis - G. F. Simmons
(3) Topology - James Munkres
I prefer the books with lots of remarks, notes, discussion and strong sets of exercises that make me think, over the "facts only, ma'am"-type of dry books. Thanks in advance.