My first word of advice is to try 'em. It looks like a good number on your list are in the sweet/gourmand woody oriental style (A*Men, Body Kouros, Rochas Man, Joop!, Le Mâle, London, The Dreamer), and you probably need only one of that type in a collection of 2-4 scents. Of the woody orientals on your list, I prefer Body Kouros and Rochas Man, and would add Jaïpur Homme EdP and Paul Smith London as some more alternatives to try. There are no hard and fast rules regarding when to wear what, but these sweet scents are liable to be most comfortable in social/evening settings than at the office or the job interview.
For something on your list in a contrasting style, Rive Gauche, a solid fougère, stands out in terms of quality and distinction. A sophisticated fougère can be easier to wear in a business or professional setting than a sweet oriental, as long as it's not applied too heavily. A few other scents worth a trial in the fougère style are Jazz, Creed's Green Irish Tweed, Tuscany, and The Third Man.
A few other popular men's fragrance styles, and some representative scents you might want to read up on or sample include:
Vetivers - Encre Noire, Guerlain Vetiver
Citrus - Eau Sauvage, Monsieur Balmain, Acqua di Parma Colonia Assoluta, Mugler Cologne
Leather - Déclaration, Dirty English, Aramis 900
Woods - L'Anarchiste, Un Jardin en Méditerranée, Grey Flannel
Chypre - Chanel pour Monsieur, Anvers 2
Green - Devin, Eau de Campagne
Aquatic - Bvlgari Aqua (not "Marine"), New West