Cool, we'll see you there!
To start, I'm keeping it pretty basic - at my size I'm not even going to really muck with the suspension beyond basic adjustments. Re-flash and put on auto blip, rear sets, bodywork, clip ons, levers, case covers, mid-pipe and can...keeping it simple to start until I start riding it and start getting up to some kind of speed and then start tweaking. May re-gear it, too.
If I may suggest a better exhaust solution than just eliminating the catalytic converter. For Gen5, Graves has come up with a great solution. Essentially, they've made their exhaust such that you can upgrade it in stages and it is backward compatible with the stock exhaust. Meaning:
1) You can remove the stock can and catalytic converter with the the single piece - Graves Motorsports Kawasaki ZX10r Carbon WORKS Cat Eliminator Exhaust
2) You can then later buy the headers separately and they will bolt up to the aforementioned piece to make up a full race exhaust system.
3) Once you have the full Graves exhaust, you should be able to remove the pipe and bolt up the stock cat-back exhaust and ride Laguna without a worry about sound limitations. This is particularly important because with all other exhaust systems, once you upgrade the headers, bolting up stock exhaust is not possible without additional custom fabrications.
It seems like only graves has figure out this and if I were building out a Gen5 right now, this would be my choice unequivocally.