the i'm not dead era holds special memories for me. first of all, i still think IND is her best album to date! But also IND tour was first of all my first big concert i went to and second of all, first time i got to see pink live and i was beyond excited. i think it was the April my mum got me the tickets and it wasnt til the November and i literally counted down the days. and it was so amazing i cried the next day because it was over lol. Then for my 16th birthday in 2007 my sister and brother in law surprised me with tickets to see her again on her IND summer tour at Edinburgh Castle so was so happy. it was like the 2nd week of the school summer holidays so it was perfect. so yeh it has to be the IND era. i played IND to death for the first like 6 months too!
Her looks, the tours (her best tours are the Funhouse Tour and Carnival Summer Festival Tour IMO), the singles, the raspy voice, the interviews, the promo performances, ... everything was on-point! The album itself is in my top 3 of P!nk records -- but in terms of era, this was really her high point for me.
EDIT Also, loving the love for her Try This era! Those times really were so damn special! And the tour!! OMG the tour! I was blown the fuck away! The featurette in the TT tour DVD is also my favorite from all the featurettes. And the album is just so damn incredible. Wish it received more love than it did cause damn, having her revisit that sound would be insanely amazing for me! I know it won't happen, but having at least those songs released from those recording sessions would be HEAVEN. I can feel that there is another Free that the world is just waiting to hear some day
Got to know her during TT, fell in love with IND, then FH was the epitome of her artistic career without any flaw, then the TTAL concerts meant a great deal when meeting some of you, then BT was pretty much everything and everybody coming together like a Thanksgiving dinner. H2BH was kind of short to count, but rose ave. was phenomenal too.
I would go with Funhouse because that was such a wild ride. Then BT because everything felt just smooth and great.