The list looks like it covers everything, but one thing you may include if you were creating a reference list for someone would be "weight targets" and descriptions of the function of each item. (i.e. format it like this list from NOLS. It's is from their lightweight backpacking course in the Wind River Range. Of course you could revise the items and their respective "weight targets" to your own preferences.
Also, in defense of Mike Clelland, not using TP is really not as nasty as it sounds. Sticks, leaves, pine cones, rocks (smooth rocks...make sure they're smooth), grass, etc. works a whole lot better than you would think. If you're on a long trip and it starts to hurt too much, you can switch to TP. For me, it's not the weight penalty that matters, it's the fact that running into toilet paper in the wilderness is a huge downer. It makes me feel like I'm in some sort of dirty high school locker room bathroom.