All wonderful, so it's very personal. I'd say
1) Joy parfum: I really love jasmine and rich florals, so this is a must for me. And then the gorgeous civet bomb drydown. This refers to vintage; according to Luca Turin the post IFRA batch is an excellent, but civet-less, rose soliflore; I have not smelled it.
2) then there's the group of the Lutens. Not sure how to rank, perhaps I'd put BdV first. Same woody cedary structure, but the violette makes it dry and masculine. Then the shiseido, and finally the Lutens, though they are close. Apparently, there was an evolution also within the Shiseido, with the latter batches a little less rich, but, again, I have not verified. (note, I am talking about edp, I've never tried parfum).
3) Ubar, and again here there has been a notable change in formula. The vintage was a humongous lactonic floriental affair, a true Amouage powerhouse, which I'd probably have put above the FdB (though I still preferred the move civetous Gold man). The current version is thinner (suprise), less lactonic, still good, but not the monster it was. Not sure it's still worth shelling out Amouage $ for it.
To Donna: evidently jasmine and civet don't sit well on you. Then perhaps the supposed modern version of Joy could work better ...