You talk about giving 'an accurate view' about the nature of paedophilia and paedophiles... At the risk of sounding glib : Where can I access this 'accurate view'?
One inaccurate view is more or less, "All pedophiles are bad", as for instance represented in some of the 18 myths you seek to counter. The other inaccurate view is more or less, "All pedophiles are good". The accurate view is "Some pedophiles are bad, and some are good."
Looking back over your list of points, I see that you did use "many" as a qualifier in many places, which is good. "Most" is a bit more problematic but at least indicates uncertainty. The places that I remembered were where you omitted those qualifiers entirely, most notably point 2.
How the proportions break down is unknown, and differs for the various categories. It seems likely that almost all pedophiles did not choose the attraction. The proportion who fall in love with children rather than feeling just a sexual attraction is lower -- based on my readings of this same select group of internet pedophiles you base your conclusions on.
When you say "only 2 to 10 percent of child sexual abuse perpetrators meet the regular criteria for paedophilia", I think that is a cherry-picked result. I think most studies find at least 30%.
But enough on the details for now...