looks like you've got a good hand on things so far. Keep in mind that the machine work on all of this is going to be fairly significant.
i've got a very similar setup in my garage:
83.5mm 9.5:1 JE's
Supertech springs/inconel exhaust valves
I'll be running one of pag's billet GT3071R's, should make for an amazing daily driver.
A GTX3071 can push plenty of air for high RPM's, so youre AEB cams will come up a little short up top. I'll be running the stock AEB cams in mine for awhile until i have everything dialed in, then i *may* introduce some cam's into the build. but i'm also not set on revving to the moon(i'll probably go to 7500-7800)
Many are going to tell you to skimp on the ALH(TDI) crank in favor of a 2.0t crank. As they like to rev more then the ALH's. I'd make damn sure that you have a VERY competent machine shop build the motor, as you want them to make sure that the ALH crank is straight/in spec.
id think about adding a fluiddampr to your list, id also consider purchasing the IE dowel pin kit and having your machine shop install it with the build.
heres a picture of it as it sits(other than a Cat cam gear that i just put on)
and the clearances you'll be dealing with:
i'm hoping to have it up and running in the next month or so assuming arnold has time to get my kit done.