That looks pretty good. I usually aerate a little more than simply pouring the beer through a funnel and strainer. I like to rock the carboy/bucket for several minutes for extra aeration.
Also, put your wort chiller in your kettle for the last 10-15 minutes of the boil to sanitize it. Know your tap/ground water temperature ahead of time. The wort chiller can only cool as low as the water that is input through it. Being in CO, you're probably fine at this time of year.
It's not super critical on your first beer, but it's a good idea to take gravity reading (pre-boil and post-boil), so that you can estimate your efficiency for future recipes. The samples need to be chilled, you can add the pre-boil sample back to the boil, and discard/drink the post-boil reading.
Practice good sanitation. A spray bottle of starsan is nice to have, and also a bucket of Star San on hand (2-5 gallons). That way any thermometer, tubing, air lock, etc. can easily be sanitized. I sanitize everything in my Star San bucket then spray it with Star San on the cold side (post boil).
Good luck. You have thought through the process, so I know you'll do fine.