My list, in the order I was exposed to it in life,
I am a fan of all three OOT movies, ROTJ very much included. For me it is original or nothing, I don't watch the SE or any fanedits of it. Adywan's stuff is kind of fun to watch once or twice, but it would never come anywhere close to replacing the real thing.
I love a lot of the old games, spent countless hours playing them, Star Wars and The Empire Strikes back for the NES, X-Wing, Tie Fighter, Dark Forces, and yes, even Rebel Assault 1 and 2.
When I crack open an old mid nineties issue of Insider or Star Wars Galaxies and see all those ads for (then) upcoming novels, comics books and other merchandise, it reminds me how much I really loved some of that stuff back then. To me, back in the nineties the good far out weighed the bad. I don't see the need to hate it all just because some of it sucked. So many fans give the Trawn trilogy a hard time because it has Luke drink a cup of hot chocolate. Yeah, sure, that wasn't the best idea to include a popular earth drink in the book, but it was hardly a major plot point and very easy to ignore considering the series was as good as it was.
I enjoyed some of the comic books as well. Particularly the stuff that had to do with other facets of the galaxy other than the Empire, the Rebellion, the New Republic, or the Jedi. There was a one-shot Tales From Mos Eisley comic book which I thought was fantastic, it was a collection of short little Twilight Zone esque stories told by patrons of the Cantina. I loved them, because the only thing they had to do with Star Wars, was they took place in that universe.
I really liked the Dark Horse Droids comic books too, for much the same reason as the above, it showed a whole new perspective of the SW galaxy, that of a young boy rich boy (R2 and 3-PO are his care takers) whose parents own a company that builds space ships, and are trapped in a fued with a dangerous and dishonest rival. No Empire, no Jedi, good stuff. Didn't care too much for the later issues though, the first six part arc was the best.
Boba Fett is the other comic series I liked a lot. It wasn't the Boba Fett we knew from the movies (though we really didn't know him that well anyway), and if the second issue was not humorously titled "When the Fat Lady Swings" (showing a picture of large brute of a creature swinging an axe Boba Fett on the cover), and if I had not found it in a bargain bin for 99 cents, I never would have even considered reading them. I ended up liking that first one I bought well enough that I went ahead and nabbed the first and third issues, as well as a few other one-shot Fett comics, which turned out not to be very good.
For me, the EU stuff started to get old and I began loosing interest in the late nineties, and by the 00's I really had no interest in Star Wars at all beyond a few video games, an eventual DVD release of the original trilogy (which, being the GOUT, barely turned out worth waiting for), and the two upcoming prequels (which didn't turn out to be worth waiting for).