I'm going to suggest a Shoei RF1200. Here's why:
Those HJC are on the lower end of the helmet spectrum price-wise, and in terms of features. Nothing wrong with that. I'm not of the opinion that one needs to spend a lot on a lid to be safe. There is an adage "buy a hundred dollar helmet if you have a hundred dollar head" used to justify more expensive lids; that said, my head is worth a heck of a lot more than $800 too. I think just about any full face with a DOT/Snell will do the job.
That said, I had an HJC RPHA ST for 4 years; good helmet, but noisy and not the best aerodynamics. The composite material gives off a weird resonance, for me. I then heard the updated model, the RPHA 70 ST was much improved. It has better aerodynamics, but still has a weird resonance. I just bought the 70 a couple months ago. I was happy with it, until yesterday.
I was recently GIVEN an RF1200, and man am I impressed. I've heard it praised over and over again, but figured it couldn't be that much better than what I had. I was wrong. It is the smoothest and quietest helmet I've ever had.
Now, all that said, any polycarbonate helmet I've had has been quieter than the composite RPHA. So the i70 might be fine. I actually considered that helmet before I bought the RPHA 70. But I now see why the RF1200 gets praised. It is pricey. If you can afford it, I'd suggest it.