Yes, it sounds like you'd be competitive for getting admission to these schools. I started off with a pretty long list too (12 schools). What was helpful to me in reducing that list was to create an evaluation matrix. The first step was to list all the criteria that I valued in a business school (e.g., academic fit with my interests, reputation, avg. compensation for graduates, location, cost of living, etc.). I then applied percentage weights to those criteria (they totaled up to 100%). Next, for each criterion, for each school, I gave a rating out of 100. So for example, Tuck, I rated the academic fit 80 out of 100. When you compile the results you get a number out of 100.
While I didn't follow the rankings to a "T' it was very helpful in showing me what I valued more than other things, and a bunch of schools fell out of the running. Looking back at the process and the schools that I selected, it makes a lot of sense and was really helpful in crystalizing which schools I really wanted.