Over the past 8 years we have sort of tackled the HP's in increasingly difficult order -- certainly the last few have been among the tougher ones. If we do well on Granite, the "only" one left is the Big One, all 6194 meters of it. After reading our climbing friend Ed Darack's book, "6194: Denali Solo," my wife has zero interest in climbing Denali. Although it is a great read and has a lot of funny stuff (some of which I believe is unintentional), I now wonder if it was a mistake letting her read it! Hopefully you had a pretty straightforward experience on Denali.
Having done Denali and Granite, I believe you'll enjoy Rainier, Hood, and Gannett without being too apprehensive about the level of difficulty.
Hood took us three tries because of really foul conditions in '99 and again in '02. However, when we climbed it in June '03 under perfect conditions, I dare say it was a snap. Gannett, in retrospect, was a bit of a similar story. We got spooked by bad weather, rockfall, and inexperience last August, but when we went back this year in mid-July, there wasn't anything technically tricky. To be prepared, our team brought ropes/pickets/helmets/crampons/axes, etc.., but then ran into a solo guy at the top with NONE of the above equipment. So under the conditions we experienced, it was easier than anticipated.