You did a pretty good job!
There is one thing that has bit me a couple times on arfs when I get in a hurry, but it falls under your "dry fit" instructions, so if that is done properly you should recognize any problems before you make the mistakes I have.
If the horizontal stab is to be installed captive in the fusalage thru a pre cut slot, make sure you don't install the hinges first like many instructions will say. Also if the elevator is split and connected with a tiebar, make sure the tie bar goes in when you install the horizontal stab or else make sure you will have room to insert the tie bar after the stab is in place! It's a PITA to forget this and have to remove a stab that's already been epoxied in real good!
Out of the list you gave, the most common problem I've run into with Arfs is the push rod tubes not installed properly. They may look fine when you poke a rod thru them to check, but often they will put the rod in a bind when you actually hook up to the servo arm and control horns. I've learned to install my servo's and check this before I do just about anything else.