Hey there Squire:
My take on your choices are that all the products you listed are good pours... (I notice Scotch drinkers say drams, Bourbon fans say pours). A couple of observations on the choices you've listed.
At the price, The Woodford Reserve is a RIPOFF
. It's good whisky, don't get me wrong, but I was used to it being in the same price range as Elijah Craig. EC seems really well priced as does the EW single barrel.
The EW is a lighter Bourbon that might not appeal to you, but this would be my choice even taking into account the differance in price. If you want something a little more substantial, the EC would be a better bet. As a side note, the EW is vintage dated and differant years are reputed to have differant flavours. I'm not enough of a fan to be able to recite the differances between a '92 and a '95 EW as I've only ever had one bottle (but what a bottle
Bookers seems to be priced right, realizing that it's 114 (?) or something proof. You can always water it down if it's too strong (I know, I know, heresy right Bamber
In conclusion then, EW or EC seem like the best buys to me. If you tried one and want something darker, heavier, and more intense, try the Bookers and just add some water if you can't deal with the taste immediately.