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> - I'd prefer to add eComm to the site, not a site to an eComm template.
That really only leaves you with a few options. You mentioned FoxyCart and Mal's-E. They're very different systems with very different functionality, but FoxyCart will likely be much more flexible and much easier to customize (much like CSS Zen Garden). You also get full JSON for fun with the cart display, and XML access to your data so you can integrate it with other systems. (And we'll be adding some APIs to access and manipulate your data even more.)
Then again, I'm biased, but it does feel good to actually do something on QBN other than spend hours at a time reading through old funny threads.