Are you trying to start a useful discussion about kayaking? I think you're on the wrong site. Implicit in your question, I think, is there an official boof taxonomy? I've never seen it.
LL had a few cool posts a while back:
Not really about different types of boofs per se, but I found this discussion pretty interesting:
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Most interesting, I thought was Quinn's description of something akin to a stern squirt boof, which I'm going to have to try out this spring and see if I can wrap my head around.
I would say an obvious and omission from your list is the sweep boof.
From my years of paddling, I would say by far the most useful boof skill for creekboating is a delayed boof. You can run a lot of drops and get away with a lot of other slop if you can nail the timing on a delayed boof. As a corollary, this is the most common reason aspiring/novice/or just bad creekboaters end up getting destroyed on big drops. It's pretty easy to nail a huge boof if you have a nice square edge (ala Leap of Faith on Escalante - the creek, not the river), but it's much more common to have a sloper with consequences at the bottom.