I don't usually realize that what I'm reading is by a good writer until after I'm finished reading.
In other words, I'm so pulled into the story by something or several things, that I don't stop to think about the writing or writer.
Afterwards,k sure I usually think about what I liked and most of what you listed are things I think of.
For me, good characterization is very important. because my emtoions draw me in, I want to connect to the characters in some way.
I also want a good plot for these characters to live in.
I waver between good description versus good dialogue. Coming from a theatrical background, I've dealt with dialogue a lot more than descriptions. So I find myself lacking in that department, but then I also enjoy a lot of books that rely on the dialogue - an example is the MYTH series of fantasy books. It was the wit and humor in the dialogue that moved the stories forward.
The only universal, in my opinion, is whether the writing moves you to keep reading.