My pleasure, Casey.
A couple of other details that might be helpful: The Tom Harrison Bishop Pass map should be all you need for this route; The low pass into the Davis Lakes Basin is pretty obvious - it's due west of the little peninsula that juts out into Wanda Lake from the west shore. If you go east to west, when the terrain starts to flatten out as you near the confluence of North Goddard Creek and the South Fork of the San Joaquin, be on the lookout for a log crossing. It's much easier than wading, especially if the water is high. At that point, you'll see the Goddard Canyon trail just on the other side of the stream.
Almost forgot one other thing: Even though the pass into Davis Lakes Basin is very low angle, be careful. There is a lot of very loose rock, much of it sharp edged. Easy to get complacent and take a winger.
I hope you have a great trip. You've chosen a very nice route.