Well, I used a different - and faster approach. I used my intelligent 10-cell charger and my Sony TRV-22 DVR in photo mode and its simple intervalometer. TRV-22 can take photographs every 1, 5 or 10 minutes in memory stick (120 photos 640x480 resolution on 8MB memory stick) I fully charged the batteries and then discharged them , photographing the charger's leds every 10 minutes. When a cell is being discharged a red led flashes slowly and when discharging is over it lights steadily until full charge when it finally becomes green. The fist discharged battery is the weakest and the last one has the maximum amount of energy. In the following time- lapse video you can see that batteries 8 and 9 are the first to begin charging (that means that are the first to discharge - the ones with the less energy) because their leds lite steadily first of all the others. Battery number 3 is the best because its charging begun 2h 45' after no's 8 and 9 (by examining the EXIF metadata in every pictures file).
Night vision is enabled on TRV-22 because most of the process took place at night. Here is a video of the discharging sequence :
The above procedure can also be accomplished with a web cam and a capture program with intervalometer function. There are a few free ones on the web. Timing error if 10 minute interval is used is +/- 10min. Following time lapse video shows charging sequence :