I had the same reaction as MikeC! when I looked at your first list last night--I didn't even know where to start. I'm definitely not an ultralight backpacker like MikeC! (my base weight is 12 lbs., considered heavy on this forum), but looking at your gear, almost everything I have weighs about half as much as what's on your list. Sometimes less than half.
For example, my "Big Four," a lot more "traditional" than Mike's!
Pack (has stays, lumbar pad, hip belt) 28 oz.
Sleeping bag (20*F): 25 oz.
Pad (insulated air pad, 3.5" thick): 13 oz.
Shelter (single wall tent with ample room for me and Labrador retriever): 28 oz (includes stakes)
Total "Big 4": 5.9 lbs.
Consider organizing your list in terms of systems, which makes it a lot easier to analyze--for you as well as for others. An example:
Clothing worn/clothing carried (a single system)
Navigation (generally includes lighting)
Other (for everything else}