A fifth of the list is Wendy's Kid's meal figures(and I LIKE Breeze). They look better than the Transformers McDonald's premium's of the time, and at least they convert.
Bubble Blower was meant to be a cheap accessory item, like an Optimus Prime Toothbrush.
Bugbite and Stacks have good amounts of diecast and good vehicle modes, but the quality of the robot modes is left to the individual. I'm not overly fond of them but don't hate 'em.
Rogun(Cap Pistol) has sentimental value as he was a favorite of mine when I was younger, and I never had the Water Gun. Still, they are gimmick based, and would stand a test of time as fun toys.
Clutch looks good, on par with a Transformer in my opinion. Who knows, maybe he was the inspiration for Armada Red Alert.
Revolt and Traitor(Dread Launchers) do have some lame "transport halves", but I like the bug and bird alts, and the robot modes look very cool(wish I had 'em).
Rock Lords are...rock lords. I think the two chosen look ok, but are nothing too special. They aren't terrible action figures.
Zero and Bolt have good plane modes, but they're robot modes are kinda lackluster, I'll give 'em that.
Wrong Way's rotor can be removed. Otherwise, he's strictly ok.
Mr. Moto looks bad.
Jeeper Creeper's only flaw is a tire on his head. Solid GoBot that even has a gun.
Finally, Scales. It's a gimmick based toy. I think it's pretty cool, and that's a viscious snake head, get your mind out of the gutter.
So as you can see I don't agree with a majority of the list. Most GoBots aren't as good as Transformers in terms of complexity or "coolness", but many are very good in their own right. The line was full of imagination and diversity, with very few repaints. It's very much an apple and orange comparison.