Hope Im not too late. One BIG thing to remember is that BEFORE you open any of the bleeders, make sure you have enough new fluid in MC (about half way). ALSO Id suggest you push the brake to the floor as far as it goes and put a piece of wood or something there that fits snug so it WILL NOT go any farther or just know the limits of the epdal and do not push beyond that. If you go to the floor, youve gone too far, you want to keep normal pressure like when driving as you open the bleeder valve.
If you DO NOT do this step, you risk ruining your master cylinder because when you open the lines and push the fluid out, the pedal can go beyond its normal travel and will push the piston in the MC farther than it normally goes and will potentially ruin the seals rendering your MC useless as well as your brakes pretty much. They are not expensive to replace but its a PITA job you do need to because you didnt know or were careless.
Other than this you are spot on with the procedure. Also a helper is to use diff color fluid, if you use something like ATE super blue it will be easy to tell when you got all old out fluid out as the blue will start to come through