It's really interesting to see the broad difference between the species seen between your group and mine just a month apart, the fact you got Toucan Barbet up-close makes it something I could only dream of, since I mostly just a butt view and their constant calls from the faraway hills for the trip...Day 7) Refugio Paz de las Aves
Also, the Chestnut-crowned were completely separated from the other Antpittas when I went, they were at the entrance of the trail for the Ocellated Tapaculo (which you have to pay an extra fee to see).
I can also say with confidence that there are a lot of Antpittas we missed because sometimes they don't even call, just stay in one place for a long period (that was my experience with Ochre-breasted both times I saw it outside of Paz de las Aves).
This location was pretty similar in experience, although I missed a few of your seen targets (Peppershrike, Honeycreeper and Tuftedcheek). I can say that we probably saw the same Lancebill since the one I took photos of was watching a nest in a small gully!Day 8) Reserva Amagusa
The Wood-Quail was definitely Dark-backed in the Amagusa area, so you can add it to the list for that day if you want. We also heard them down the valley, but couldn't even dream of seeing one outside of the very skulky one in Paz (that one was still unused to the feeding, so we had to spend around 30 minutes just hoping it would call back).