Good call on "Always", that one has always been pretty huge. I'd see it on the list behind "Wanted Dead or Alive".
I think that "Dry County" should still be in the list too, around 8-10, just before "Runaway". "Runaway" was first hit by Bon Jovi, and has proven to be pretty big fan favourite, but the song (or the album) were never critically acclaimed."Dry County" reached #9 in the UK Charts and #1 in Latin America. It has been the lengthiest hit by Bon Jovi to get high in the charts. Although Dry County is considered a fan favorite, it was played regularly only on the Keep the Faith and These Days tours. In fact, on May 13, 2006, when Bon Jovi played Dry County live on the first concert of the summer leg of their Have A Nice Day Tour in Düsseldorf, it was the first time it had been played live in 10 years, and went on to be performed on further occasions on that tour and on the band's more recent Lost Highway Tour. The band's followers often display signs requesting the song.
The song seems to have pretty good lasting impact because they had long break of performing it at all but the song was still widely requested everywhere. Also, they never included the song in their compilations (which is sad, really.) but the song still seems to have lots of fans and praise.
The song is often praised as one of Bon Jovi's best songs artistically, and Sambora's soloing in that track is really respected. Also, Jon's vocals and lyrics and instruments played by rest of the band have been praised. The song is often called Bon Jovi's best lyrical performance because of its clever story about the decline of the US domestic oil industry and its effect on those whose income relied on it. The band have also played it really much live (especially during 90's) and Jon Bon Jovi often added his own speeches about struggles of life into the song.http://www.amazon.com/Keep-Faith-Bon-Jo ... ddFiveStar
Most of these reviewers praise something about "Dry County" and often pick it as the highlight of Keep the Faith-album and sometimes even their whole career.