I hadn’t thought much about it, but I guess throughout the 70s, the Bonds weren’t that stunt-oriented, except for one BIG stunt apiece (the car jump in TMWTGG, the ski jump in TSWLM, the freefall battle in MR). Spectacle they had aplenty, stunts not so much. The exception would be LALD, which is a Raiders-style film that bounces pinball-like from one stunt to the next (cars, boats, a plane, alligators, gunplay, a swordfight, etc). And I see it’s fairly high on your list.
If I were to quibble with your list, it would be in placing OHMSS so far down. That one was surely the ultimate blend of plot and stunts. In fact, there’s an insane amount of physical action compared to its predecessors; GF in particular is fairly sedate, IMHO. Sometimes I think that’s to balance out and make more palatable the “heavy” themes of romance and tragedy in OHMSS, sometimes I think they’re “hedging their bets” by keeping their new lead actor in motion and giving us less time to think, “Connery would have delivered that line differenly.” But whatever the reason, I feel like OHMSS was a sort of island of stuntwork between the more restrained earlier entries and the “look at these big sets” 70s films.