Well, just about all orchids are suitable for mounting unless they are semi-terrestrials as Phrags and Paphs. I depends on your culture. With the proper light, water, nutrients and air movement you can mount your orchid or just grow it on a piece of metal wire. The trick is finding what your conditions are suitable for. Mounted plants in general need more humidity and or need to be watered frequently. This is not always possible in a house.
The plants you picked are excellent plants to mount and if they do not survive then you definitely should not mount orchids where you are or pay more attention to their needs(ie:water, humidity).I wrap some NZ Sphag around the root ball to help keep added moisture until the plant gets some established roots that are used to the conditions of the mount. Most plants that can take some drying out between waterings are usually good candidates to mount. Try to mount or repot you plants when new growth is starting. this gives the new roots the chance to adapt to the levels of moisture in the new medium as well as cling to the medium.