Looks good to me! Welcome to brewing!
Two suggestions for you before my spiel on bottling:
What are you going to use for a brew kettle? If you already own a stock pot of at least 16 quarts, you're all set for extract brewing. If not, look into buying one that has a capacity of at least 30 quarts, preferably 36-40 (stainless, preferably, but aluminum is fine).
Take a look at the plastic "Better Bottles" available on most of the online supply shops. They work just as well as glass, they don't shatter, and you can install a spigot in them.
I keg primarily, but when I bottle, it's in bottles that I've collected by drinking commercial beer. I bought one case of 24 22 oz bottles when I first started, but I've been saving bottles since. As long as the bottles are not "twist offs" you should be able to re-use them. I also buy Grolsch 4-packs in the 16 oz flip-top bottle from time to time - it's not great beer, but the bottles make bottling a breeze (no caps or capper required).
Hope that helps!