Colr, I'm not going to work through your list, but that's not a sign I agree that Blair takes credit for all that's on it. I definitely don't.
Where I came in to this argument was saying centrism enables Toryism. It doesn't mean there can't be pockets of good on the way, but the direction of travel is to the right.
I take it you have a view on PFI that makes you comfortable it was a good thing, but my take on it is that it was a way of putting hard spending (or more honestly, taxation) decisions off. The gigantic debts it has racked up stayed off the balance books and big business creams off profits for decades with the state paying the bill.
As for Blair and Brown's love affair with the banking sector...