Great list; it looks very impressive. The Golite Breeze and FF Thompson Peak are probably more different than you think. First of all the FF is smaller and can include a hipbelt. It is made from a different fabric which I still find to be robust. While it looks quite similar, I feel that it carries quite a bit better. People I have talked with seem to agree. I am very interested in the Alpine pack; please provide feedback if you get it. I am tempted by it myself. It is still very light (6 oz.), but I would sleep easier knowing that it would not be torn up by one mistake like the GG G6 Whisper. Either way you will have a winner.
I have the WM Highlite myself and love it. Warm down to the rating, compressible and obviously very light. The half zipper has given me no problems, and the fabric is not too flimsy. Well, if feels gossamer as can be but it is certainly not cheap feeling. Just be careful not to snag it. Great bag!
With your list being so light, I would certainly look into an alcohol stove (especially if your cooking tasks are simple; eg. boiling water). There are tons for sale online or you can make your own. Research and experimentation will provide you with a great stove that is extremely simple and reliable, plus lets you have quiet and not have to carry especially heavy and hazardous fuel tanks or canisters with you. Check them out at: www.minibulldesigns.com
and many more.
If you ever need more stuff sacks/ditty bags, check out the ones at Dancing Light Gear. www.trailquest.net The ditty bags I ordered (a grab bag of 5 for $5) weigh between .25 and .30 ounces each and feel more durable than the BMW ones. They are about the size of the 6"x9" BMW bags and the weights about the same. They come in a bunch of sizes. Plus, they cost a FRACTION of the price. They are very well made for the price and save you money for other purchases in the future.
P.S. Are there any bears to worry about? What are you using for your smellables if there are?
P.P.S. Perhaps you could drop the shoes for around the campsite. I simply unlace my Montrail Masais until they are very loose and wear them around like slippers. Works great for me and saves weight. I have also been known to wear a plastic bags or DLG ditty bags/sluff sacks for my feet. Just be careful where you step (I usually wear the Masais). Works well. Something to think about.