...by your numbering system for the weights. Your pack is 1 pound 10 ounces, right? And the Summerlite 1 # 3 oz? Does that mean your Camelback is 1 # 5 oz, or 1# 0.5 oz? Or 1.05 oz? If the former, that's really heavy. Platy 2 liter = 1.3 oz plus another 2.4 oz for hose+bite valve.
Do you need the DriDucks pants?
Hat and gloves seem pretty heavy as well--are you sure your scale is accurate? The beanie and gloves I use are 1.6 oz and 1.7 oz respectively, and neither would win awards for SUL.
Several headlamps available for ~1 oz.
Not sure what is in survival/first aid. 8 oz seems heavy. My repair/FAK runs 1.7 oz. , but that doesn't include firestarter, map, compass, blade, DEET, etc.
You said up thread you could run from water source to water source--to me that means carrying 1 liter, max. Perhaps you mean something different? I'd hate to be carrying 3 liters of water if I could avoid it.
2# of food for overnight sounds about right, but most dried fruit and meats (which you mentioned elsewhere, IIRC) are not very calorie-dense. Mike C! had an article on his 1.4# of food per person per day system which I found very helpful--it may be subscription only, tho.
If Mike C! weighs back in, he'll prob. tell you to nix the TP. I tried it, and it works just fine. One less thing to worry about, or forget, and keeps trash out of the backcountry and out of my pack. Other people have somewhat different opinions.
Sounds like you're almost there. Can't wait for the first trip report. Happy running/hiking!