Welcome to Basenotes!!! It's good to hear you made a sound recovery. You're collection is off to a nice start. You went straight to the artisnal stuff without going much for designer. In my case, I started off with designer and only now am I exploring the niche side of fragrance.
If you're into L'artisan, then might I suggest you sample Passage d'Enfer, Voleur de Roses, and Tea for Two. I don't know how they compare to Merchant Loup though since I've yet to try that one yet.
Bois Farine sounds like an interesting one as well (many say it smells like peanut butter at first). Dzing! is also on my "to try" list since the thought of sawdust, candied leather, and the circus sparks my curiosity. L'artisan has a lot to offer so keep sampling so you could narrow down the options to the ones you really like. So far I really like Passage d'Enfer and Tea for Two. They're a bit similar but also different enough to warrant owning both.
There's so many to try out so you just have to take some risks. You could minimize these risks of course by ordering sample vials rather than buying big bottles blind. It's good to have you aboard. Cheers *