No rain gear? Dri ducks, poncho or maybe a DWR windshirt?
No torso insulating layer? Montbell UL down or similar?
Not that adding gear will lighten your baseweight, but it may improve your margin of safety/comfort for less than 8-12oz of increase.
Just a quick observation. Also not sure where you hike in regards to my suggestions.
Also, the hand towel may be redundant if you have the bandana.
Depending on your lighting/headlamp needs, there are lighter (and probably less bright) options. I go with a similar weight headlamp and am told its too heavy.
Bearbag setup seems a couple ounces heavy. A nite-ize biner, 40-50 ft of bpl 2.2 mm aircore, and a sack weighs about 2-3 ounces depending on the sack. PCT style of course.
Some may suggest a lighter knife or no TP, but I personally go your route. To each their own and HYOH.
Otherwise, looking good and light!