if ( (new HashSet<double> ( myList )).Count == 1 ) ...
Your code pretty much devolves to this anyway.
On the other hand, the first example you provide is probably more efficient, mainly due to the short-circuit. And if you put it in a library function, you just call it and then there's no concern about elegance.
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