Hello Jay and welcome to CR.NET. Your enthusiasm is commendable and hopefully will outlast the work and cost ahead of you to get your new wheels safe and sound. Did you perhaps check out the "Read First" section of the site before your posting? I'm thinking maybe not. To bad you didn't stop by before the purchase and you could have taken a list of what to look for and or avoid. What exactly was the good price may I ask? Anyway depending on the price, the list of repairs and maintenance isn't unexpected given the year of the bike and there will be more but your other list needs some tweaking. Better yet chuck it out. Right now you need one list, making it safe, reliable and comfortable to ride. The last thing you need as a beginner is a dodgy bike under you. There's lots of knowledge here on doing the right thing but doing the wrong thing will draw critic that isn't sugar coated. Thick skin helps. Take more pic's of your bike from different angles and closer shots for better reference.