More BCAAs are more better, for future reference. That's why they're available by themselves.
Nope. Arginine is iffy, at best, and last I heard, AKG was just about useless.
If you're not training for maximal strength, creatine doesn't need to be at the top of your list either.
Thibaudeau has glutamine as primary part of his low carb post-workout shake. I've only know it to improve the immune system (in terms of fighting colds, not recovering from workouts).
That depends on your goals. Are you looking to build even more size, or are you looking to lean down a bit. Based on your stats, I think it would be more beneficial to drop some of that fat right now, to make muscle building more effective.
For building muscle, Metabolic Drive and Surge Recovery would be the most basic. For fat loss, my experience with Receptormax has me thinking it could help from the start. Together with fish oils, it should help to re-adjust your insulin sensitivity, which will help with everything else.
But really, there's no way to plan your supplement schedule before we know your particular workout and nutrition plans.
Depends on how you do it, but that's another topic altogether.