Looks to be a good selection of high quality EPs. A few thoughts to consider. Rather than AFOV, it is the True Field of View ( TFOV) that provides the physical spatial backdrop/context for the objects you are viewing. Recommend that you consider numerous software eyepiece simulators out there to closely simulate those objects you intend to view the most. I use SkySafari for this purpose. It may be that for some of these objects the image is too small or you can’t see the whole object. That might encourage you to purchase an additional eyepiece. Additionally, while these eyepieces are outstanding performers, I have found that modest 1.25” Orthoscopics provide uniquely special views in their own right - pure star colors, separating doubles, and subtle planetary detail. Good and affordable complement to your stated premium eyepieces. Despite Ortho limits, such as eye relief and FOV, they are great assets. Additionally, I keep a set of Orthos mounted on a light weight Baader turret for quick switching of EPS to simplify observing during work week and short observing periods.
Excellent. As a matter of fact, I used Stellarium to simulate each EP on the list. It's an excellent way to test drive before you buy.