That's a good list, Enzo, and as someone who has been tinkering with stuff for decades, I have most all of those handy items.
I do, however, advise anyone to avoid Harbor Freight junk. Between myself an my friends, I have seen enough 'handy items' turn into useless garbage from that place.
The tweezers are cheap, and bend. I would not trust the X-Acto stuff. Friend had one, they won't keep blade tight..dangerous.
I bought a deep socket set, and one split on first use.
Bought some picks. Was digging a piece of plastic out of a tight hole, and the end came off.
Pin punch? I doubt I'd trust that cheap Chinese "steel" to not break or shatter.
Had a friend with an air compressor that blew off the fitting after a couple months. "FFzzzzfzfzffssshhPOP!!!...ziiingggggg" Lucky nobody was in its path.
There's a very good reason all their stuff is so cheap. It's because it's "cheap"...and much of it dangerous.
I avoid that place like the plague. A little extra money for much better quality and a higher safety factor is well worth it.
Otherwise...good advice on tools list.