Theodor, Looks like a real solid list to me.
Pants...I too am a fan of good zip offs. I love the REI Saharas, not sure about the newer ones that zip all the way up, I like the previous model myself. They are light, durable, dry quickly, and multifunctional.
Gloves...I have found simple fleece to work well for most everything I do. For cold rain I'd add MLD Event rain mitts. But your cloud kilt might be a bit of a mismatch. If you can get by without rain pants then I'd think you would not need rain mitts. I have found the time you really want rain mitts is 32-40 degree heavy rain. I think this is one of the worse conditions to be in and if the wind blows you can have it pretty tough. In this condition I would really want rain pants. I have both golite reeds and a cuben skirt, I just switch out depending on conditions.
Poles, I use the ti goat (yana) my guess is a poll would put the GG ones ahead becuase of the shaped handles. I really like the ti goat's. If I were to buy new ones I would buy the 3 section version. These are in stock. You might want to check them out.
As already pointed out the other items are tweeks. I would reevaluate first aid. I rarey need anything beyond duct tape and some ibuprofin. Bleeding=stop with bandana, wash it, dry it, and put duct tape over it. I do carry a few gauze pads, triple anitbiotic ointment, needle and thread, etc.
Overall your kit looks great, best way to figure out how to improve it is to use it and reevaluate each item line by line. I keep a spreadsheet of each list I use and each time I go back and look it over checking for ways to improve my experiece...make it lighter, make it safer, make it warmer, dryer, etc.