An 11 day passage of about 215 miles is close to a 20 MPD pace with no days off. Given the absolute elevation and the total elevation gain, that's on the aggressive side; my wife and I plan about a 20-day passage roughly the same time frame (starting early Sept). In thru-hiker condition and already acclimated to the elevation I'd find it challenging to sustain the pace you're talking about with no time off. I'm not saying that you can't do it, but --- tough to plan food unless you have a good idea of how fast you can really move per day in there.
No fuel or stove listed, so going cookless? What kinds of food are you cramming into the bear can?
If you really can move like that, maybe a BV450 canister will be sufficient, but --- tight even so I suspect between resupply points. Put another way, if you can sustain that pace, I suspect you'll want to put away a lot of calories per day.
What's the solar charger for? Not the spot or the e+lite, I guess for the camera and/or ipod. For an 11 day hike, I suggest that you might make due with what you can charge ahead of time on the ipod, plus perhaps recharge somewhere like Reds Meadows. Can you get a spare battery or two for the camera? I carried a solar charger through there on the PCT in '08, but didn't find it that useful for my particular needs.
Wearing your boots through creek crossings, or ... ? Maybe not a big deal in Aug/Sept, dunno (I've only been through there in June).
Using trekking poles to dig catholes, or what?
I'm not a fan of the bivy-by-itself idea. I personally would rather have a tarp than a bivy; consider perhaps a poncho tarp plus a windshirt combo, drop the bivy and the rain jacket? Nah, I see that you have a cuben jacket, pretty light there already. I'm not a fan of a cuben rainjacket personally, because cuben isn't good against abrasion, and it seems to me that pack straps would wear it out in the shoulders pretty fast (okay, not in 11 days, but still).
Best of luck; it's always possible we'll see each other out there this year.