I recently fell in love with bourbon (a few months ago), and I have this forum to thank!
I've had a fair bit of experience with WT101 but that was a good while ago (younger days), and back then I was mostly just drinking it to cop a buzz and wasn't really savoring the flavor, and the WT101 was the only bourbon I had ever tried. Most of my drinking experience is with tequila, which I've been drinking for around 25 years (started out with the Cuervo Gold mostly for the buzz/party factor, but discovered and began savoring the 100% agave stuff for about the past 10 years). I eventually got to where I was mostly liking the real expensive (~$100/bottle) 'extra aged' tequilas, but I finally decided that the prices were killing me. So I made a run for the border and decided to try some bourbon again.
Not knowing much at all about bourbon, I went to the liquor store and asked the guy for recommendations. The first bottle I came out with was Knob Creek. It was ok, but it didn't really 'wow' me. Then I got online and found this forum and started reading as much as I could to get ideas. I found out about the difference between wheated bourbon and bourbon made with rye, and saw that Van Winkle was mentioned a lot. So I went and bought me two new bottles, one of the Lot B and one of the Pappy 15 (I was used to spending $100 on tequila, so it was not too hard). Got home and tried the Lot B...THAT'S IT! I was officially hooked right then and there. Later when I tried the Pappy 15, I was even more blown away.
I've found my 'true spiritual calling' (in the distilled sense) in bourbon!
Since then, I have liked all of the wheated bourbons that I've tried including ORVW 10/90, ORVW 10/107, Lot B, Pappy 15, Weller Antique 107, & Old Fitzgerald BIB (great value that OFBIB at $13/bottle!). I've also tried Weller SR/90 and Weller 12yo, but I've come to the conclusion that I much prefer the higher proof Weller 107. I found a decent deal on a bottle of WL Weller 19yo so I bought it, but I think that one may have suffered from TOO much time in the barrel. Also tried Maker's Mark, but sadly found it kind of bland compared to all of those previously mentioned.
I've tried a few other rye-based bourbons like Old Grand Dad BIB, EC12 (old 1986 bottle), and Blantons, but unfortunately I've just not warmed up to the rye stuff, maybe that will change in time.
Anyway, this is where I'm at right now. It's good to be here, and thank you SB!