Excellent replies so far. There is also some overlap and vaguaries in some of the starting hands...
Four cards 10-A (Yes, but understand that even a single suitedness adds value. And double is raisable. And that AJ and KQ suited is better than AK and QJ suited. Little things but they matter.)
Four cards A-5 (A235 better than A345. Ace suited matters. 34 suited does not)
AA w two 2-5 (Any) (Suited ace raisable in late, double suited raisble any position)
AA 2 two cards 10-K (any) (Pretty much. Again, KQ better than JT)
AA double suited (raise any) (Here is where I'd disagree, depending on the cards. Double suited where there are are multi-gappers with little low potential (i.e. AA69) can be worrisome in limit. All the lows will call. IN PLO8, it is easier to isolate with a pot size bet. Just checked to be sure - pg 63/64 Hwang limps in EP with suited pocket aces, no straight potential. And that's in PLO, not O8 (!!). No low potential in O8 is never the cat's meow until post-flop.
Was nice seeing ya at my O8 table the other day. Must do it again soon!