I’m looking into get all the stuff to get into nvg and was wanting to know if the stuff I’ve picked out based on what research ive done, was good quality shit and not some cheap stuff that will fail.
What you picked out is exactly what I have, for a simple/minimalist set I believe right now that's the way to go. Just make sure the pressure pad setup you get is compatible with the DBAL, ie make sure to order the correct switch. Potential changes might be a ballistic helmet but for my 14 I use a wendy exfil, and it comes down to what you think you will need it to do in the end. A ballistic helmet will 3-4x the cost of what you are looking at right now, you need to decide if you want/need that level of head protection for your intended use.
You may want to get a counterweight as well, over the years I have found helmets that do not have some kind of a counterweight can be very uncomfortable, I have the wendy one here: https://www.teamwendy.com/products/helmets-accessories/parts-accessories/exfil-counterweight-kit
I think it comes down what you are willing to spend and what you need it to do. For me and my uses (general NV use [home defense and range work), what you are looking at, is perfect. The PVS14 will also give you flexibility for use other than with shooting, which is a huge plus for me. For me, the next updates would be a MAWL then ballistic helmet, then if I can afford much later down the road, duals.
I'd skip the switch for now. Get the setup, try it. If you are not a c-grip type, or otherwise find the laser actuation hard, THEN get a switch. But, think how much tape, where it goes, etc. Also, there's a world of switches. Even ones you can plug into the WML to have one remote for both systems. You can spend a lot on a switch
I don't see a J-arm. The monocular won't go on the mount directly, and shouldn't unless you are a cyclops. The J-arm makes it go off to the side, over whichever eye (they are flippable) you want.
The G11 will mount to the shroud and the J-arm, but some will say that by the time you go to Wilcox money, might as well spend more and go to dual dovetails, instead of normal old timey horns. I'd poke around this and see if it makes you happy or meets your budget. I personally just go with the normal horn mount, and have a G11 like yours (though in tan!) and careful mounting plus some silicone as bumper pads makes it super stable.
Get a LIF if you can find one. You don't likely need to keep safe from lasers, but it is a screw on front piece of glass, and all other sacrificial lenses I know of just clip on so you can't put other stuff on, and they fall off. This is expensive. You want a sac lens up front!
Expensive! Get a lanyard. I just make them, but the retracting leash types from Wilcox are nice and not /too/ much money. Read up, to see if it fits though. Some integrate specifically with Wilcox shrouds, so find how to lanyard to the TW helmet.
Be extra super sure of helmet sizing! With the right size, and adjusted right, you won't need counterwights for this setup. If not sized right, wobble and headaches.
Might have more to contribute depending on your specific needs/use.
...Now on to my rifle is the flash going to damage my nods?
...bc i have lpvo on all my rifles and kinda hard to use with nods I imagine.