There'* only a couple things I notice you didn't mention. First is the AC compressor. Easiest thing to do with that is unbolt it from the bracket and let it sit on the frame. The other thing is the transmission to engine mount. On the passenger end of the transmission is a black bracket. Two 13mm go to the engine and 2 into the transmission. Odd though is you mention the long extension for the reverse bolt from engine to trans. Usually that would need to be removed for that to happen.
That bracket looks like the one just left of the water pump pulley in this picture
The only other thing that can hold you up is trans to engine bolts or a engine/trans with pressure on it that needs to split. The trans holds itself and requires no jacking or messing arond with and the engine to trans has 5 bolts in total. One backwards, and four forwards at 7, 10, 11, and 1. The hole at 2 o'clock is not threaded. It is only there for the pin.