Your suggestions and those from @WayneG are good. More thoughts:
For iCloud settings, I recommend against allowing iCloud sync of your Documents and Desktop folders. If you do select iCloud sync of Documents and Desktop folders, do NOT copy or drag those folders to the new Mac.
After logging in to iCloud and selecting appropriate settings, the first app I would install would be 1Password or your password manager of choice.
Next would be Dropbox, if applicable for you. Don’t drag over your Dropbox folder from the old Mac - just let your Dropbox folder sync from the cloud.
You didn’t mention Photos. If you use iCloud Photos, your photos will automatically sync down from iCloud, so you should NOT copy over your Photos Library.photoslibrary file from the old Mac (or backup) to your new Mac. First make sure you you have Photos settings selected as you desire - iCloud Photos (Y/N) then decide between Download Originals to this Mac or Optimize Photo storage.
If you have other pictures in your Pictures folder (that are not in Photos Library), you should copy those over to the Pictures folder in your new Mac, but not the Photos Library.photoslibrary file.
Simply copy > paste (or drag) your other data folders from your SuperDuper disk or other backup - Documents, Desktop (assuming you don’t select iCloud sync for those), Downloads, Movies.
Some apps are licensed for only one computer or for a limited number of computers, so you must follow the developer’s procedure for deactivating the license on the old Mac, then installing and registering or transferring license on the new Mac.
There will undoubtedly be a number of settings or preferences that you forget (e.g., keyboard, trackpad and mouse preferences), so make sure to check those.
There are Youtube videos that provide useful tips for setting up a new Mac, reminding you of settings you might forget or pointing out new ones. Here is one of my favorites from Tyler Stallman:
Another good one: