Did I mention the power bleeder to flush all your 1925 brake fluid and or the suggestion of changing the brake hoses to the front wheels. Over time they come apart and can act as a partial check valve that doesn't release the brakes fully. This can warp rotors. I'll make you clean and lube everything properly while you are doing the brakes. Not sure if you are buying rear shoes and drums??
So far I think the plan should be:
Replace hoses, pads and rotors
Power bleed/flush entire system
Inspect and adjust rears
I second the R1 suggestion. My Regal has them. If you'd like I can show you how to kiss a dash while wearing a seat belt. Anytime weekdays next week M-Th will work or it'll have to be the week after M-F, I'm solidly booked F-Su next week with a motor/trans pull/redo/reinstall.
Keep in mind, you'll be learning how to do this work, I will only be on hand for instruction and supervision with the one or two assists.