I see people recommending the Pegasus 35. For your situation, I do not.
I rotate shoes all the time with a current line-up of Saucony Ride 7 (My fave I save it for race day), NB 880V8 and the Pegasus 35.
The Pegasus is an ounce lighter than the NB and and about 1/2 an ounce lighter than the Saucony. In my opinion, the Pegasus is the lightest, most minimalist shoe of all 3. I can *feel* the ground through the sole. The air chamber makes it responsive and light, but I would think the jump from a Hoka to a Pegasus is a pretty big leap.
Re: your initial question I would recommend the NB 880 V8. They have a drop of 10mm and feel very supportive and comfy. I run sub 6 intervals in them no problem so they are snappy enough for speedwork as well as protective enough to run all day in them. If you want to try a Nike shoe I would steer you towards the Vomero as this is Nike's version of an extra padded trainer.
Are you a neutral runner? If not none of us are recommending good shoes, we've all been giving you neutral daily trainer ideas.
Personally, I have a 4E width so I am limited to a narrow selection of shoes. Because of that I cannot speak to the 1080 but it comes highly reviewed. it's just a more expensive version of the 880. More bells and whistles or whatever.
Yes, I am a neutral runner.
Does your opinion re the Pegasus apply to the Pegasus Turbo also?