My analysis of your (former) wishlist:
Glenfarclas 15 - Stunning malt, delivering sweet sherry overtones with lots of spice and a bit of smoke. I think it beats the Glenfarclas 17, 21 and 25.
Cragganmore 12 - Very balanced, light, and crisp malt. Maybe a bit boring, but still very good for what it is. Don't eat anything before hand, or you might just miss the subtleties.
Glenmorangie Nectar d'Or - This is a good whisky. I think its a little too tame. Probably one of the best Glenmorangies of this lineup. I much prefer the Glenmorangie Sonnalta PX, but good luck finding it.
Glenrothes Vintage 1998 - The 1995 is better. My honest recommendation, is that you should open the bottle and let it breathe a bit. If you crack open the bottle and poor a dram, expect it to taste pretty young, and very spirity. With a little time to breathe, either in the bottle or in the glass, will do it wonders. I absolutely love the 1987, 1989, 1991 and 1992; and the 1972 is something that will go down in the history books.
The Balvenie 15 Single Barrel - Oh, this is such a wonderfully crafted malt! It is a bit raw, without the fanfare of a finish, but it is a great example of what an ex-bourbon barrel can create, if given enough time and the whisky is of the right quality. I really enjoy this expression from Balvenie. The 12 year Single Barrel is replacing the 15, and I haven't tasted it yet, so I am anxious to see how this develops. I'm thinking I might need to taste the new 12yr to see if I need to stock up on the 15.
The Dalmore 15 - A simply divine dram, with a bold sherry profile. This is like drinking candy. I didn't know whisky could taste so good! I put it up against the Auchentoshan Three Wood, as they are both very similar, but unfortunately they are also very similarly priced.
Oban 14 - I remember it being good, but I don't remember much about it. I may need to re-taste it and do a formal review. I've only tasted it once, so that is not really fair to the distillery.
Glenfiddich 15 - I've tasted this repeatedly. I don't care for it. However, given a choice between the 12, 15 and 18, I'll take the 15 year Solera Reserve. It is the least awful of the bunch. I have a hate/hate relationship with Glenfiddich, which won't go away any time soon.