Haven't tried Date a Live yet. It's on my list of harem shows to try out. I did dropped High School DxD because it wasn't for me.
I'm surprised you have Shonen Hollywood on your list. I attended the Crunchyroll panel. I haven't updated the Crunchyroll's Summer 2014 Simulcasts or the FUNimation's Summer 2014 Simulcast, but there massive news updates on Saturday.
From memory, Ao Haru Ride, Akame ga Kill, Glasslip, Shonen Hollywood is on Crunchyroll.
Tokyo Ghoul is on FUNimation. Crap, I can't remember FUNimation well. Have to look it up:
FUNimation's Summer 2014 Simulcast
Free! Eternal Summer
- Start Date: Wednesday (7/2) at 11:30am ET
The boys of summer are back! Haru, Makoto, Nagisa, Rei, and Rin are reunited for a second season in Free! Eternal Summer. After the last swimming meet, the bonds of friendship have only gotten stronger, and with each passing day these boys continue to grow. This season brings new rivals and new challenges. So get ready, the competition is about to get fierce!
Shonen Hollywood - Holly Stage For 49-
- Start Date: Saturday (7/5) at 1:30pm ET
These boys won’t stop till they make it to the top! Fifteen years ago, the legendary idol group Shonen Hollywood stole the hearts of thousands adoring fans. Their performance at the famous Hollywood Tokyo Theater is the stuff of legend, and now a new group of boys is determined to become the next generation of this famed super group. Ikuma, Kakeru, Shun, Kira, and Daiki will train day and night as they chase their dreams on the road to superstardom!
- Start Date: Thursday (7/3) at 12pm ET
In modern day Tokyo, society lives in fear of Ghouls: mysterious creatures who look exactly like humans -- yet hunger insatiably for their flesh. None of this matters to Ken Kaneki, a bookish and ordinary young man, until a dark and violent encounter turns him into the first ever Ghoul-human half breed. Trapped between two worlds, Ken must survive the violent conflicts of warring Ghoul factions, while attempting to learn more about Ghoul society, his newfound powers, and the fine line between man and monster.
That's it? I'll update you once I get my things settled down.
Inugami is a micro series. Sakura Trick was another one I forgot.