Your schedule is ambitious but is extremely well done. If you stick to it you should do quite well (230-240+).
Some issues that may come up:
1) For me the most important issue was taking UWorld questions every single day because I felt my base was already pretty solid. I would wake up, eat breakfast, and then do 100 UWorld questions and go over explanations. Although I am sure maximal benefit would come from reading all the explanations, I used my judgment when reading explanations in order to be time-efficient. I would read them if a) I got the question wrong b) I would always read the summary and c) if I had any doubts about the questions.
2) RR Pathology is a great resource but in retrospect you would be better served by really listening to the Goljan audio while reading the book or annotating because the things that I remember appearing on teh exam tended to be things he mentioned. The book has a lot of information more useful for 3rd year clerkships so don't sweat the details, aim for important concepts and recognizing clinical scenarios
3) I do not know about your sleep schedule, but I would not be able to keep up 5-6 hour nights with sleeping at 2am up for very long. Be judicious in quality vs. quantity of study.
4) HY Neuroanatomy took be the better part of 4-5 hours and I read pretty quickly in general. Be cautious about that book, I personally was not a huge fan.
Hope this helps,
P.S. Should be moved to Step 1 forum.