Sounds like a successful brew day! You'll dial in your process over time and it will be like making coffee before you know it. I use BeerSmith 3 as a recipe builder, brew log and brew day organization and timer. It's very helpful to me since I hate writing things down and keeping up with a notebook or journal. It's invaluable to me to have notes from the brew day to reference back to if there's a problem or I just love the beer and want to replicate it precisely. Was also great at keeping me on track and organized the first few brew days. There are other ways but this one works for me.
Do look into temperature control measures for your fermentation space. 70 will be at the upper limit for most ales and you should get decent beer but getting it to low to mid 60s will give you a much cleaner finished product. Some people like the esters you get a warmer temps but it can depend on style as well. Something as simple as a swamp cooler or fan could help to get the temp down to where you want it.
PBW is caustic cleaning agent like lye and very hard on your skin. I try to keep my hands out of it as much as possible or rinse ASAP. I use about a tbs/5 gals for most cleaning jobs. I don't use PBW on brew day because I'm generally starting with clean equipment. So just curious about your use of it on brew day... Remember it's a CLEANER and NOT a sanitizer. It is toxic to consume so you need to rinse well with HOT water. Also, you still need to use something like star san prior to moving the wort to fermenters, for example. You may know all this but just making sure.
Last comment...the beer will look darker prior to fermentation and will always look darker in a bulk vessel. It will appear considerably lighter in most cases in the glass.