OK, I've finished going through the kit.
These are all the tools I have removed:
As addressed above, the biggest item is the Bogert SafeJack and jackstand kit.
Redundant sockets, adjustable wrenches, allen sets, channel locks, and fixed screw/torx drivers.
Went through the suspension bits that I periodically nut/bolt, etc. and decided it was safe to remove one combo wrench as well.
Per discussion upthread, I swapped the telescoping 1/2" ratchet and 1/2" breaker bar in favor of a 14" Tekton 1/2" ratchet. Also removed the torque-meter adapter.
Removed the factory ratcheting handle for the scissor jack since I can drive it with ratchet and 22mm socket.
From the electrical kit I removed the tire/speedo programmer and the spare IQ4 module for the IOTA battery charger, and downsized the # of spare batteries I carry for the multimeter, etc.
Removing all of these items and condensing the remaining kit into an Adventure Tool Company ShopRoll (Thanks, @BritKLR!) also let me delete all the bags above (2x tool rolls, 2x Husky zipper bags, and the tool bag for the Bogert kit.)
Conservatively, this is about 35 pounds removed.
This post would be worthless without the resulting tool porn:
The bag at upper right is a cheap Rothco Tanker's tool bag that I use to hold the jack and other long tool items. (Mostly to keep the jack's greased leadscrew from getting anything else... er, greasy.)
The open orange-and-clear box mid-frame is the Black and Decker brand 1/4" Hex bit set I've had for a few ears. Wisely, B&D supplied twice as many empty bit slots as they did bits, so I was able to add the necessary bits to replace the allen and torx driver sizes from the sets I removed. (I was able to find some nice 60mm long torx bits so I can reach the recessed fasteners without dedicated drivers.)
Everything packs away with a little room to spare... (for when I figure out which tools I should have left in.)
Thanks to everyone for their feedback. I'm going to run with this kit for a while and see how it goes!