Agree with above that 'Deja Entendu' would maybe warrant a place in a top 15 list. Guess other albums like 'Between the heart and the synapse' and 'Artist in the ambulance' need a few more years to see if they stand the test of time (which I'm sure they will), but what about 'Antichrist Superstar' and 'Without you I'm nothing?'. 'White pony' and 'Dude ranch' are notable good shouts however.
Personally, I couldn't make a list like this and exclude The Shape of Punk to Come. Other candidates to inclusion United By Fate, Insomniac, The Opposite of December, The Illusion of Safety, Crimes, Calculating Infinity, No Control and obviously Jane Doe. But first and foremost The Shape of Punk to Come.
Not bad, not bad at all. Nice to see London Calling included. Conspicuously absent would be other bands who shaped the ever widening field of punk genres and sub genres: Bad Religion, Saves The Day, The Get Up Kids, Green Day (c'mon, Dookie?!?!), NoFX, etc.
For me, it's hard to consider stuff from 2000-2002 as "classic." IMHO, its way to early to judge the impact of those records as opposed to something like London Calling, or even a record as Dude Ranch.