I have fundamental problems with anything that lists "Force Powers". Obi-Wan Kenobi describes the Force as
"what gives a Jedi his power. It's an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together."
As another example, in Legacy of the Force: Betrayal, in the final scene, Jacen Solo is talking to Nelani Dinn.
"Stop listening with just your ears," Jacen said. "Look into the Force. Do you really see any flow from [Lumiya] to me, from me to her..." hardback edition, page 373
These two examples both lend credence to the idea that the Force isn't a list of spells, but rather a discipline of art, where energy is manipulated. The "powers" you seek were created by video games to make things easy.
Now, we can acknowledge the "list of spells approach" with caution, because any Force-user will be stronger in one aspect of the art than in another, and his skills may pale in comparision to somebody else's. We know that Corran Horn, as well as the entire Halcyon family tree, consistently struggled with telekinesis, but that failure at the seemingly simplest task did not hold him back from becoming a Jedi Master. He evidently excelled in other areas.
I know this isn't the answer you're looking for, but I don't think you can approach the Force the way you have thus far.