I don't see any "problems" with it, but it seems like overkill for a 1st time. Go ahead and get all of that stuff now (if you already haven't), but use it for several, less complex cycles. It's good to do a lot of research, but there's still a lot of learning you will be doing in this process. You will learn how YOUR body responds to different compounds, what type of diet YOU require for your goals, what YOU need to do during PCT to keep your gains, etc. I think you should run a 3 or 4 weeker of SD only, run a good PCT and see how everything went, make adjustments and get ready for another cycle. Next time you could run the Max LMG.
Don't get me wrong, I think the proposed cycle could work very well. But, what if you don't get your cals just right during pct? That's a lot of cash down the drain. Maybe you don't respond well to one or two of these compounds? The other one or two compounds might mask this and you wouldn't know which compound(s) really work well for you and which ones don't.
My personal opininion is that you should run simple, proven cycles the first few times to learn about the compounds and how you respond to them. Learn how to do proper pct. Then get a little crazier and try the complex stacks. I think you'll be happier down the line and will probably be a lot more in tune with your body. Not to mention the cost savings. This is obviously just one man's opinion, so take it for what it's worth & good luck to you.