Shyvana -- Doing much better in bot lane, won't have ult up often like in TT, but still a drastic improvement to this champion.
Tryndamere -- Fury is not his problem, heavily nerfed and outdated design is his problem. The balance team needs him on the rework list if he isn't on there already. I'm not sure what changes you could make to make him balanced prior to the live team handling him, or if you should even bother.
Renekton -- Doing much better now, I'd consider him finally in line with other balanced champions.
Zed -- Much better to play, though I'm concerned for how hard he scales. His earlygame is quite poor, but BC+YG+Brut+LW is extremely effective on him. Possibly too effective to the point where he has very little counterplay lategame.
Shen -- Doing better, but still worse than in S2 due to penetration changes. We played him a bit and were able to get more abilities off in fights. He feels more fun to play with a better bar, even if people are countering him harder.
Akali -- Akali does what Akali does. Very little change here, still a balanced-to-strong champion for this map.
Kennen -- The energy regen helps a bit, but his real problem is low numbers. Haven't tried him as AD yet but I haven't seen much of an improvement with the energy regen change.
Lee Sin -- He was already strong, the energy regen buff makes it slightly less important to utilize the passive. Lee Sin's brokenness varies greatly depending on the map, though, and I don't think you can correct this through auras.
Rengar -- Unless you want to try something like health shrines giving Ferocity, I think this is more of live team's responsibility. It's quite clear the nerfs were overboard. He was an extremely strong champion on Dominion before he started getting nerfs.