Not to sound picky but the tools list for the brakes would be primarily sae.
Rotor hat: 1/2 socket
Bracket bolts 5/8 socket
Caliper nut 3/8 12pt
Caliper adapter fitting; 7/16 wrench
Hose end 1/2 wrench
Hose hardline end 11/16 wrench
Obviously someone can sub suitable fitting metric wrenches in places.
I'd also suggest the dust plate be fully removed for better air flow to the inside of the rotor.
Lastly, I'd never remove the old caliper from the hose until I was completely done with the new parts install. The last thing I ever install is the ss flex line. It not only prevents a mess but the fluid from running out while working. This can lead to ABS pump issues and a very costly trip to a dealer to bleed it again for you. Remove the caliper and center support and let it hang until you're done with everything else first.
I supplied my common bleeding procedures and they work pretty well but always go back and dbl check bolts and usually one more light bleed per upper bleeder only after a day or two.