I live almost on the Equator where the diurnal range varies between 6 -8 F and rarely 10 F. I find that cattelyas do very well except the large pink/lavenders which prefer the cooler season at the end and beginning of the year(winter?) to bloom. Even during the cooler season the diurnal range remains the same. The same goes for phals - the pinks preferring cooler conditions rather than a big diurnal range.
Remember I live at the Equator where we can grow 24/7 outdoors. Some people here I talked to,say that your growing conditions seem to be ideal for all the orchids you mentioned and wished we could replicate it and that then we would be able to bloom some of our highland paphs.