Good point, although I opted to leave the pins out. They're for vibration, so I can put them back in next rotation if we hear noise coming from the pads.Nice write up. You missed step 11A where you swear as those springs on the pads go flying across the garage as you attempt to get them on the new pads.
Good tips for next time.I use an impact driver to get the screws that hold the rotor off. Makes easy work of it and less time then drilling them out.
I would add an additional step to properly seat the pads on the new rotors so you don't get pulsing when applying the brakes. If you purchase pre-scorched pads you can probably skip this, but you really want to burn off that resin from the pads so it doesn't build up on your nice new rotors.