Excellent starters, excellent customer service. I've used mine to start .25 glow up to DLE 111cc gas
Ditch the pear pump, get an extra cranker.
my battery checker/voltmeter has saved my plane multiple times, and other than dumb thumbs, a low voltage rx battery seems to be the cause of the majority of aircraft re-kitting. You might want to think about a field charger. I keep mine with the associate cords in my radio case. I go home when I'm ready, not when my batteries are too low.
Couple of additions, but it's up to you. Some guys don't like to do any repairs at the field. I tend not to let a minor mishap ruin my day. You may have to repair some covering=use clear packing tape to finish your day. Popsicle sticks=perfect for minor field repairs, free after you eat the popsicle. CA.
Over time you'll figure out what you need, what you want to have on hand, and what works best for you. I used to take my "whole" shop with me, now it's just a small field box (I used this design as inspiration, http://www.ronlund.com/rcheli-prod/FMP1001.html
(with a power panel, I might add-I have a cheapy electric fuel pump that's lasted over 50 gallons of glow and still going strong) and one of these: http://www.stanleytools.com/default....ster+Organizer
I keep all my tools, extra props, glowplugs, etc. I take what I need for my model. That's it. I fly from .40 size up to 1.20 glow only.
Another word of advice-take the "cheap" tools to the field, that way it's not a big deal if one gets lost or accidentally forgotten/borrowed.