As I'm preparing for my own Denali climb (may 2011), it's good practice for me to compare gear-lists :-)
Maybe I'll post my list sometime soon, too.
Some comments on your list:
- I would swap the Softshell top with a Windshell, it's lighter and you seem to have enough insulation layers
- With the OR Radiant suit, i would nix one of your 3 top base-layers
- A 150 liter (9500cuin) duffel is nice and big, but 2.2 kilo (4lbs 15oz) is a lot of weight for a duffel, almost as much as your tent!
- For Nalgenes, don't take the Tritans, but Polythene. Save over 2 oz per bottle.
- Ice Axe tip: Camp Corsa Nanotech
- Crampon case: how heavy? there may be lighter options.
What i'd expect, but don't see:
- You're only taking liner gloves and for the rest mitts, a light wind-proof glove is nice to have on the lower glacier
- A spare pair of sunglasses can be very usefull (if you loose your glasses early on, its no fun having to wear the goggles all of time)
- sleeping bag compression bag
- dito for the parka
- stuff sacks
- camera and some form of entertainment (tent days can be boring)
- something seperate to eat and drink out will be nice
- Where's your snow and ice protection? Pickets, Ice screws?
- Do you need a snowsaw?