I would agree with all listed points except 9. On any surface if improper application of front brake causes a front tire lock up, resulting in a slide or washout, immediately release the front brake and allow the wheel to regain its proper inline track. It is not difficult if you relax but something that has to become a normal reaction. The easiest way is to practice your stopping techniques under all conditions. Getting to know what your limitations are, as well as your bikes, will help you avoid over braking. Like any other situation you may face the lack of preparedness and skill achieved with parking lot practice could result in a panic situation.