you're list looks good and as other poster's have mentioned, you're comfortable/experienced w/ your equipment so there is only so far a guy can go
few things that stick out
you've got a quality rain jacket, at a pretty reasonable weight, why even consider going heavier?
what exactly are your "water drops" and why do they weigh 3 oz- this seems awful heavy? 24 micropur tabs weigh under 0.5 oz
don't want to add to your weight :), but hiking at elevation in the West I think you'll find a windshirt to be a very valuable addition, the most breathable waterproof rain jacket is going to having you sweating in no time as you head up a windy switchbacked trail- it'll also be handy when you get into biting bugs
I can see where a 2 liter pot could come in handy at times, but personally wouldn't carry over a 1.0 liter pot/mug for solo use, but I don't cook steak in mine either :) I do carry a 1 oz grill though that I cook fish on, it would handle a steak easy enough too
your sleeping bag/jacket are what I use for shoulder season, "summer" I go lighter, but sounds like I'm on the opposite end of the scale for being warm so that might not be an option
ditch the pack cover, a good liner is all you need
ditto on the spare pants
things I'm not seeing
first aid kit
emergency fire starting
question for you, I'm using an e-lite, but not hiking at night (not on purpose anyways :)), what light are you using and how does it do?