I am not sure how much age Full Sail put on the Imperial Stout prior to bottling, but hell I sent two bottles . . . drink one now and save the other.
I think ten months in bulk is sufficient. The barleywine was aged for about 12 months in bulk before bottling and it's definitely ready to go. The original batch was aged for 18 months, but they haven't been able to keep that up over the last few years. Very few barleywines or Imps get anywhere near that much time in the tank/barrel and require a little time in the cellar, IMO, but the Full Sail beers seem to be fine from day of release.
I'm blanking here, but I think the IPA was actually from south of here: the 10th year special bottling of the Stone IIPA. At least, I think that's what I put in the box. It's definitely ready to drink and surprisingly subtle for a beer that is actually pretty huge.
I'm happy with my Old Charter, but (long story) since you had to send it in different bottles, I'm sad. Because one of the bottles was my old friend Eagle Rare before they softened up the alcohol content. I grabbed the last five bottles I could find in Oregon, but they evaporated in no time! Maybe it was my dog Ralphie, come to think of it. Hmmmmm.