All five of those things, and all three of my children were (and still are). It used to make me really, really, aggravated when a certain person I knew (who had an out-of-control kid who enjoyed hurting his grandfather, among other things) suggested that my well behaved, nice, little, kids were "slow". She actually said, "I wouldn't want my child to be quiet and slow, so I'm glad he's not." The ones this person was comparing her own with were years ahead of their classmates in school, had lots of different talents "on the side"; and were known for being "really nice little kids", known for being particularly socially mature, and grew up being a whole lot more mature and strong than a whole lot of adults are.
Of course, an important point is that by "obedient" I mean that I had a set of basic, reasonable, rules; and they understood the purpose and sense of those reasonable rules. I respected them, and I expected respect back. I wasn't the kind of parent who wanted un-thinking little servants who quaked in their boots when I said anything. Those reasonable rules I mentioned were all based on the aim to raise socially acceptable people with a conscience and with respect for other people, their property, and the world in general.
As other mothers/parents on here have suggested, the ideal thing is to have children who are all of those things. Kids who have trouble following reasonable rules and who have no respect for their parents, or others, are kids who lack social/emotional maturity, MAY lack development in the part of the brain involving conscience and empathy, and/or may even lack the kind of intelligence that's associated with more well rounded development. Interesting study: The Terman Study. Showed that gifted children generally tended to grow up very well adjusted and socially capable than average kids
I'm voting "up" everyone's answer that came before mine because it's time the myth that kids who can't/won't behave well, or respect parents and others, are "more intelligent" be put to rest. That myth has been around for at least thirty to thirty-five years now, and it hasn't served kids born in that time, their parents, of society very well at all. :/ :/