Nice Weight, Sorry I just watched the "GoLite Lighten Up!" video so I am going to apply some of what I have just learned.
I'm thinking you may save 3 ounces by dropping your sleep socks, sleep in the socks your going to hike in the next day while the others dry out over those socks. 3 ounces for an extra shirt, after that many miles aren't you going to stink regardless of which shirt you have on? 5 ounces for shorts? Aren't there lighter shorts out there for less? Cheap basketball shorts cut and sealed to your preferred length. I never could understand rain pants. When my hiking pants are wet my legs don't feel any colder than normal. Plus you have to actually put them on in the rain which means stopping and more weight. The snow stake for trowel yes it is Ti but you could replace one of your TI stakes for your tarp with a TI Y stake which digs just as well or use a stick. I stopped carrying a purpose trowel a couple of trips ago and haven't missed it at all. Correct me if I am wrong but that trail looks like it has plenty of usage and lots of access points. What do you need a full compass for? You could easily navigate without it and if you wanted something a bit smaller go with one of those button compasses and that's another 1.2 ounces off. Wouldn't a small zip lock baggy weight less than your already light cuben fiber wallet? I'm not sure what the Platypus scoop is for, since your so light why not use your cooking pot as your scoop or your cuben fiber rain mitts turned inside out?
Any how thank you for letting me/ providing me an opportunity to guiltlessly examine someone else's kit and apply things I should really apply to my own set up which right now is much more heavy than this one.