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My first attempt at a Wood Elf list.
Spellweaver- 300 pts
2 dispel scrolls
Noble- 128 pts
Scout, light armor, xtra hand weap, shield
Hail of Doom Arrow
Noble- 108 pts
light armor, shield, great weapon
Branchwraith- 140 pts
murder of spites
2x 10 Glade Guard- 240 pts
2x 5 Scouts- 182 pts
5 Glade Riders- 129 pts
11 Dryads- 132 pts
16 Eternal Guard- 222 pts
3 Treekin- 195 pts
7 Waywatchers- 168 pts
Great Eagle- 50 pts
Plenty of disruption (too much?), so your opponent isn't marching anywhere fast.
I think the list is solid. I've had good success with both a spellweaver and a scouting noble in possession of the hail of doom. And an alter used well should sow confusion and a bit of mayhem. Your last hero, a branchwraith, is one of my favorites, especially when backed up by dryads.
Two units of glade guard should mete out severe punishment before you engage the enemy. The scouts might be stronger with the banner of saemrath, but finding the points would be tough.
I've had less success with Glade Riders, but I think it's just me learning to use them that's causing their poor showings.
Treekin are another favorite. Rock solid and capable of causing many wounds, these guys can take on anything.
And the eagle will threaten lone models and war machines. Are you using the model from the High Elf line?
Anyhow, I like the list, including the waywatchers, and would minor stylistic changes only to suit my own fluffy idea of the army.