Jn . 1:1 The Word/Christ incarnated, not the Father, not the Holy Spirit. The Word is God, so trinitarians fully affirm that the fulness of Deity became man, the God-Man in Christ. This verse does not negate the hundreds that only make sense if God is triune, not solitary.
Although I know you don't challenge the absolute Deity of Christ, but rather confirm it godrulz, I believe the "logos" in John 1:1, is one of the most misinterpreted verses in the Bible. The Greek logos simply means thought, intent, plan, speech, expression, etc. It does not mean "person."
This verse simply means the same thing as when the Bible calls Jesus "the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world." Rev.13:8
Jesus wasn't literally slain from the foundation of the world, but prophetically He was.
Thats also why the Bible says that God "created all things by Jesus Christ."
God prophetically knew that someday He would become flesh, before He ever created the worlds, and also knew He'd be slain as the sacrificial Lamb that would take away sins.