Well, I am sure others can pipe in too.
Daily - Like anything, at first, it can be really exciting, but in time, sometimes you may not feel like giving your bunny the attention it needs for as long as it needs. (I guess try to imagine something you got years ago, that you so wanted, but in time, of course, it may not be as thrilling as it once was)
So, with a living thing, you have to care for it even when you're tired, or if you have something else fun to do. (and even the most intelligent, responsible mature people/kids, like you, sometimes just don't want to do it!) But ya just have to.
If you stay over at a friends house or go on a trip, you have to make sure someone is going to do what you would do. Food, water, and love every day, and litterbox every other day.
I mean think about when you get old enough to get a car, and MAYBE you'll want to spend more time with friends, or co-workers. There will be clubs, sports, dances, whatever. High School is coming up, and talk about changing your life!! So you may get pulled in many directions.
This is when many bunnies are also given away because high school happens, and friends and activities really become a priority. So that's why I always suggest the rabbit to be a family pet, because many times it ends up being this way. I've talked to so many parents, and their "child's" pet has become theirs or it ends up going to a shelter.
So just know that this bunny will need your time every single day for the next ten years (depending on how old the bunny is) And as excited as you are now, and it may be hard to imagine that you won't be about it, but there will be times that you'll really really want to do something else, or won't have so much time, so you have to be prepared to make a sacrifice in the future for the commitment you make today.
Weekly: Usually litterboxes need changing at least a couple of times a week. If it's warm, and there are flies, you'll need to change everyday to avoid them laying eggs in the bunnies poop (which in some cases can lead to flystrike - not good for your bunny)
Monthly: You mentioned the list - that's great. Just keep that.
So, I am not trying to discourage you, but as you are discovering through research, rabbits are not low maintenance as many believe, and so in regards of changing your life, it can be wonderful, fun, loving, but also time-consuming, work, and not always fun or fulfilling.