Actually, you have rejected the idea that Wolverine can die via drowning as Daken did (though to be honest, drowning is one of the few ways that I can think of that makes any sense to kill someone with a healing factor. It’s one of the few ways to make sure that every cell in their body dies).
You also rejected the panel where Spidey pushes Wolverine out of a skyscraper before Wolverine can react.
As well as the scene in the 1982 Spider-Man vs Wolverine where Wolverine says that Spidey can win by pulling his head off.
These scenes coupled with rejecting any place where Spider-Man webs up Wolverine starts to add up.
As for the Spider-Man vs Wolverine side of things, I fully support that Wolverine would likely win a fight to the death because I don’t think that it’s in Spidey’s character to kill him, whereas Wolverine has no real compunctions against it. I also support that Wolverine would win in an enclosed space where Spidey couldn’t move around much. In pretty much every other scenario I give the edge to Spider-Man. Again, this is based on his abilities vs Wolverine’s abilities.
With regards to the berserker rage I mentioned, I didn’t mean it in the sense that Wolverine has no tactical intelligence, I meant it in the sense how ‘berserker’ can his rage be if he can just snap out of it when he wants? When he’s written as blinding rage that doesn’t stop I get it, but when he just seems to stop midstride to suddenly become tactical it really seems to toss away the idea that he’s in a blinding rage to begin with. Sorry if I didn’t clarify my point.
With regards to tactics vs scientific knowledge I agree that they are two different things. However, I also think that both are huge factors. There are tons of science-types that would make fine generals, and in the Marvel Universe, many have made decent leaders. Black Panther does just fine as an example.
As for an opinion of different characters you certainly should have one! It would be crazy if you didn’t. If you figure I haven’t read enough comics to get a handle on Wolverine perhaps you are right, though I am curious, how many do I need to read before I can make an informed decision? I didn’t bring my opinions into this use as a point of debate (which is what I’m doing, not arguing), I mention them because I figure it’s only fair to state them. Doesn’t mean I being a fan or not a fan counts for much, I’ve been pretty clear about explaining why I think what I think objectively.