Ha Ha, I'll give up on the generalizations.
(My pointless point was that placing gear in steep horizontal strata like the Gunks seems more of a strain on the fingers than on numerous crack and face routes out West.)
But of your list; I've climbed a ton of routes at J-Tree, Lumpy Ridge, Yosemite, Devil's Tower, Sierra Needles- tiring out while futzing with gear was hardly a issue with me. Eldorado, I've climbed a lot there too and yes it is comparable to the Gunks in strenuous gear. Diamond, Black Canyon, Tetons: they're alpine in nature and I've only climbed a couple long routes at each. Hayalite; haven't been there. Index; perhaps, it is steep but have only done a handful of the routes and can't recall anything of note.