First, to answer Nick's question about how boiling water while you pack could be less efficient:
I find that the limiting factor on miles for me and most people is not daylight, but sore feet. Ergo to maximize miles (or hiking enjoyment) it is most efficient to take a few off-the-feet breaks a day. Given that you're doing this anyway, might as well brew and eat up at the same time. And while hot food is a nice way to start the day, candy bars are even better.
As for morning routine (presuming no significant snow on ground, temps not too far below freezing, and camping in Griz country):
-Get out of bed, put on hiking socks and shoes (often frozen, now I'm awake and moving!!)
-Stuff quilt in dry bag, close dry bag.
-Roll pad, insert in empty pack.
-Out from under tarp/pyramid shelter, pull stakes and untie lines.
-Shake dew/frost off shelter, stuff into bottom of pack. Stakes in stuff sack go after.
-Drybag in pack.
-Grab small drybag of odds and ends, put spray back on pack belt, walk to food hang.
-Take down hang, coil rope and put in pack, remove 2 bars for breakfast, put in pockets, remove a further 6 bars for day snacks, put in pack hipbelt pockets.
-Place food bag(s) in pack.
-Put small stuff dry bag in pack, remove warm layers, put in drybag, place in very top of pack.
-Put pack on and start hiking!
I should add that accessing water in MT is usually dead easy. Just scoop some up in your bottle at the next stream crossing, add Sweetwater, wait, drink. In drier climes water rituals become more complex.