Kinda Kinks is much better but still not great. (And yes, "Dancing In The Street" is probably the worst frequently-covered song in the history of popular music.) The bonus tracks are probably better than the album (both the singles you mention and demos like "A Little bit of Sunlight", "There's a New World", and "This I Know". I enjoy the lyrics of "A Well Respected Man" but the melody is definitely uninteresting - it could use a bridge.
Is the Kontroversy cover iconic apart from the fact that Sleater-Kinney did a tribute to it? Anyway, I think there are good songs you didn't mention ("The World Keeps Going Round" and "I'm On An Island"), and I'd say it's the best of their pre-Something Else albums, but I don't get the urge to play it very often.
Overall, I've always thought Rhino's Greatest Hits Vol. 1 is a much better release than any of those early albums and a perfect complement to their classic albums, though it's a pity it neglects "See My Friends".
My biggest disagreement with you is on Great Lost Kinks Album - sure, most of the songs turned up as bonus tracks elsewhere, but "Til Death Do Us Part" is one of my favorites of theirs, and I like a lot of the other songs too ("Mister Songbird", "Lavender Hill", "Misty Water"). Granted I've rarely if ever listened to it as a full release, but I think the songs are an essential part of the classic Kinks era.
Percy is pretty pointless apart from "God's Children", but I actually like that instrumental "Lola" quite a bit.