Yes, but the items you list are not separate. They are just part of the "tool kit" on the list. The kit has been around for a long time, so I don't need to list each item in the kit. I just have to remember to replenish and pack it.
I have a spreadsheet that itemizes each packable unit of camera gear (one photo, one video). Each one has a weight. For each trip, I make a new sheet and copy the list to it. I then delete anything I decide not to take, e.g. strobes for whale snorkeling trip. I then assign it to a column representing the bag it will be packed in. When I get done, I have check list that I can use and know where every thing is when I unpack and the weight of each bag.
I still forget stuff.
My most recent trip had 42 items on the list for my carry-on luggage in total. I had 11 items totaling 19 lbs. packed in a shooter's vest, which went into the roller which had 17 more lbs. of gear. The remainder of the items went into a backpack, which weighed 16 lbs. if I took the camera bodies out and hung them around my neck.
I have a separate list for all dive gear and another list for other items, e.g. clothing, first aid kit.
I still forgot the insect repellent. I really do need sublists so I remember to replenish consumables, e.g. dive computer batteries.
I print a hard copy of everything I packed. I forget to pack the lists. I also keep the file stored in the cloud because me forgetting to pack the printed lists would surprise no one.