Watch with the bedding in the crate, that the pup doesn't chew/eat it.
There are crates available that have a movable partition, this is good because you can get the size you need for your adult dog, but are able to make it smaller so the pup won't go to the bathroom in it. Saves $$$ on buying bigger one's as pup grows. I'm not sure if this is an option in plastic crates?
If you crate train properly then the dog shouldn't have issues with chewing the bars. There are exceptions to the rule, but I find the dogs who do this already had issues and were destroying the house if left out, so the owner suddenly started crating without gradually introducing the dog to it.
With toys, make sure you get things that are different textures. That is really good for pups especially as they teethe. Remember some toys can be left with dogs, but some are interactive and not to be left with them to chew.
Who are you getting your puppy from? Do you have a pedigree you can share?
Oh also, definitely do puppy classes. You will want to look into that about a month before the pup comes home so you can be fit in.
Otherwise, looks like you're set!
Good luck with the new pup!