|I missed. I'm very worried about the face plates, bezels and the keystones|
As a rule of thumb, if you buy them all from the same manufacturer, then they will fit together properly. If you're ordering them without being able to pick them up and try them (like you would in a store) then that's the best advice I can give, buy all from the same supplier/manufacturer.
Also the Cat 6 wire, will that go with the keystones?
I see nothing in your supply list to lead me to think they won't. Since you're using Cat6 cable and the keystones are Cat6, they should go together like peas and carrots!
Is the Patch Panel I chose any good?
A patch panel isn't an overly complex device so as long as it's the same spec as your cable (Cat6) then it should be just fine.
Is the switch I chose any good?
For your needs, I'd say it's an excellent choice and should serve you well.
It looks like you have a very complete list of required tools and materials. I'm thinking you discussed all your needs with the supplier. That's a good thing. From what I see, you'll have all you'll need.
I don't know that you will need the following:
16 Electronic Tool Kit $60
17 Cable Tool Kit $49.95
All you really need is stripper and a punchdown tool (item 15 on your list) and a philips head screwdriver to screw down the faceplates. Anything else is likely to be the supplier trying to squeeze a few extra $$$ out of you. If you want to, and I confess I'm curious, you could detail for me the contents of the aforementioned kits and I'll let you know if there's anything there you really need before you make your purchase. Keep in mind, you're not likely to use any of these tools again once your done.
I will add a couple things:
When pulling your cable's, label them. I use a black, permanent marker, and I number them 1, 2, 3, etc. Now generally, when I'm pulling cables, I'm pulling from multiple boxes. If this isn't the case for you, just remember to label both ends the same. I usually start in one corner and work my way around clockwise numbering in order from 1. Then, when you go to punch the patch panel, you do them in order. Cable 1 goes to port 1, cable 2, port 2 and so on until you're done. Take the same black marker and label the faceplate accordingly. Put the number 1 over the keystone of the other end of cable 1 and so on.
Test your cables when you're done. If you don't own a tester, before you think about buying one, call a couple electrical contractors and see what they would charge to test and certify your data connections. A tester worth having will be minimum $1000.00 and I put no faith in those POS blinking light testers. They can't certify and for all intents and purposes are useless. It's worth your time to pay someone to do a proper test/certify.