I'll be honest...I read the thread and thought that your pics would be underwhelming. And I'm happy to admit that I'm wrong. Nice job. That being said, I'm reluctant to give feedback without really knowing what your goal is. But, on the other hand, you asked us to "rate" you (which I suppose means that superimposing my own goals/bias is appropriate) so here it goes:
I agree that you should get bigger...or at least if I had your body that's what I would try to do. You had more upper body muscle than I expected to see based on your stats, which usually means you likely have less lower body muscle than I'd expect. Your squat 1rm is very respectable based on your stats but your deadlift is suspiciously low....which means (I'm guessing) that your squat depth is poor. If I'm wrong, and you can break parallel with 325 then kudos, but a someone at your weight with a 365 deadlift who has a well developed back probably has chicken legs.
Solution: squat deeper and more frequently. Poor squat depth is either because of poor habit or poor mobility. If it's a poor habit then the solution is simple: squat deeper. If it's poor mobility, then the solution is a little trickier. What has helped me (with poor mobility) is box squats with progressively lower boxes over time, and heel raised squats.
Just my opinion, man.