I'm late to the party, but do enjoy trying Bourbon's. I'm not a purist, but always try it neat and on the rocks before heading off in other directions. I personally don't like Woodford, to me it is harsh, alcoholic and has an acidity I despise. I also don't like Booker's, too alcoholic for my tastes.
I like Buffalo Trace, Eagle Rare and Blanton's and all come from the same distillery. That might explain why I like them all. For the money BT and ER are tits.
I also like Knob Creek, Basil Hayden, and Bakers.
I've been working on Four Roses Small Batch and to me it is just a little boring and slightly harsh. If you really, really want boring get some Jefferson. Lexington bourbon (the brand) is pure monkey juice. Larceny wasn't bad at all when I got it for $15 after a $10 rebate. At $25 I'd go for something else.
I recently had some Reservoir from Richmond, VA which is stupid expensive and just not enjoyable to consume. Harsh, acidic and alcoholic.
Bulleit I like, but I'm currently out of at home.
I believe Four Roses Single Barrel is on sale at our state owned liquor stores so I may go out today and grab a bottle.
If you want to know the lineage of Bourbon, GQ had a recent article which had a nice graphic.http://mashbang.wordpress.com/2013/11/17/gq-the-bourbon-family-tree/