Sweet, looks great.
Hope you're open to a little advice on your ice anchor.
1) Your outer angle is just a bit over 90 degrees. This greatly magnifies the force on each piece should the anchor see a heavy load. In general, it is much better to place ice screws in line vertically to greatly reduce these forces (Ice tends to fail/fracture on the horizontal_.
2) Using a "Magic-X" type of self-equalizes on a three-piece anchor like this greatly increases the amount of slack should one screw not hold. Better to pre-equalize or use something like the Quad in this situation.
Anchor was definitely "good enough"... just some food for thought...