Okay, I'm getting tired of appearing on lists where I am not #1 ;-P
I think most standard metrics for measuring "best" are ridiculous at best. Feedburner stats don't measure how many people read your feed as much as how long you've been in business or whether you've held some "subscribe for a prize" competitions. Links are more a function of longevity, etc.
These lists tend to suffer from promoting what they measure. As a result, good stuff gets lost in the fray.
Now, I have several good ideas for how to quantify "best" in a better way.
What I don't have is an easy way to pull the data.
Here I'd need, say, the 1 month number for the bounce rate. I think this could be done with wget/curl and perl. Would anyone who is fluent in such be interested in helping me construct such a list?