Sounds like you've got a pretty good idea of what you're doing. The one thing that you should be aware of is what's called the "loop sweep" (putting the armbehind the back and using that leverage point to roll the opponent over) when you go for Monson's jailbreak pass.
The sukata is really just the armbar/triangle comination off of the bottom, but the sweep version is what you see from Bocek.
Nerves are normal, and to be expected, as long as you're comfortable with the weight cut and the techniques, you should be fine.
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