Many autocalibrated parallel imaging reconstruction methods are based on linear-predictive/autoregressive principles, including noniterative GRAPPA-type interpolation methods, iterative SPIRiT-type annihilation methods, and structured low-rank matrix methods like PRUNO and Autocalibrated LORAKS. In principle, all of these approaches could be adapted for simultaneous multislice (SMS) reconstruction. However, in practice, GRAPPA-type SMS methods are popular, but there has been limited exploration of more advanced annihilation-based or structured low-rank matrix SMS methods. In this work, we adapt and evaluate these advanced approaches for SMS reconstruction. Results demonstrate that these advanced approaches can offer substantial improvements over simpler GRAPPA-type methods when applied to SMS.