> the current Criterion website entry for CAM calls it "the crowning achievement of Orson Welles' extraordinary cinematic career"
I'd seen it before the Criterion release and recently rewatched it. It's great but I wouldn't call it Welles' best. It's re-editing of the material is pretty impressive but as an interpretation of the play I prefer the Henry IV vs. Falstaff battle for Prince Harry to have more nuance than that. The Henriad taken as a whole (Richard II, Henry IV 1&2, Henry V) is my favorite Shakespeare and Henry IV pt. 1 is my favorite of the four plays, although if I'd only read it in isolation I probably wouldn't have picked it as my very favorite.
That 1935 Midsummer Night's Dream is supposed to be pretty good but I haven't seen it yet.
Of the stuff on your list I've yet to read Troilus and Cressida, The Winter's Tale, or Othello (but I've seen the Welles movie), and I haven't read Julius Caesar or King Lear yet on my current binge but I've read them before. But the next three I'm reading are Caesar, Othello, and Lear.