Both are good in their own way, but as about as comparable as Babylon Five and Lord of the Rings.
Don't get me wrong, I love Star Trek more than Star Wars, but that doesn't mean I don't like Star Wars. I love the original trilogy and the Droids cartoon. I grew up on those. And I also enjoy Babylon 5 and StarGate SG-1 and the ALIEN series as much as anyone other sci-fi geek. I like B5 and SG-1 for their surreal settings, and the ALIEN films for its realistic approach to ship design and travel.
Personally, I have to agree with Artan. Star Wars also has it's strong points that get it right up there with Star Trek.
For me, while Star Trek has awesome-looking ships and great characters and time-travel stories, Star Wars makes up for it with good space-battle action - and I'm talking about the original trilogy, not the prequels. The only good thing that came out of the prequels, IMO, were the Naboo Fighters and Ep. III's ending.
As for your opinions... artan42 gave some simple rebuttals. My addendum..
10) The first Death Star was 160 km in diameter, the second at around 900 km. Those dwarf the Cubes by orders of magnitude (the smaller Death Star having 238000 times the volume of the 3km Assimilation Cube). The Imperial Star Destroyers numbered in the thousands, and rival the Dominion Dreadnoughts in size... Vader's flagship from Empire and Jedi, the Executor, is estimated to around 17.5 km from comparing its size to those of the ISDs.
9) Why would you use a Bat'leth if you have a laser sub-machine gun? Lightsabers at least are shown to deflect directed-energy weapons...
8) Quantity does not have a direct relationship with quality, and as for material considered canon, there's dozens of books, games, and peripheral material that Lucas Licensing considers as canon... CBS does not consider Trek novels or games canon...
7) Battle Group Omega vs Death Squadron. There's a bit of an order-of-magnitude problem here... and if it was going to a lead figure vs lead figure fight, I'd put my money on the guy who can choke the other one to death by just looking...
6) Sentient machines are a daily occurrence in Star Wars, not merely a technological marvel. Hyperdrive allows one to cross a hundred thousand lightyears in a matter of days, not lifetimes.
5) Evidence? What would this have to do with anything, anyway... ILM (a company founded by Lucas, by the way) did a good amount of the visual effects for both franchises...
3) The EMPIRE!!! (seriously, what were you going for, here?)
2) Don't need slipstream or transwarp when Hyperdrive is faster.
1) Vader of Borg? Seriously? Vader would probably just chuck droids or debris or bumbling lieutenants at the drones, making it hard to actually assimilate him. The cube would also meet much more resistance than the one from First Contact did, since it would be trying to fight far above its weight range. (Remember the Executor? 17.5 km dagger of death?)